Vincent Kan is an Assistant Attorney General with the Illinois Attorney General’s Revenue Litigation Bureau. He represents 18 State agencies in collections and tax enforcement matters. Prior to joining the Office, he maintained his own solo practice. Kan received his JD in 2008 and LLM in Taxation in 2010 from Chicago-Kent College of Law and is a graduate of the University of Maryland.
(Alas, lawyer bios have never really been known for their fluffy prose.)
Yelling, “Land of the dry clothes!” while getting soaked on a drum major podium in high school.
Using Budget Management V skill as an undergraduate at University of Maryland: secured maximum student organization funding ($5,000/yr) for both the Terrapin Anime Society and the Amateur Radio Association at University of Maryland for two consecutive years. Yup, $20k allocated and spent on my budgets.
Amateur Radio General Class licensee, callsign KC2LNN. Mostly off the air these days due to living in a practical Faraday cage for HF purposes.
First gig as a drummer: having been promised backline and said backline not materalizing, played drumkit with a set of sticks and some 5-gallon buckets at a hardware store anniversary.