Man lives in Johns Creek, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, with his wife Quinn and their three children. Man has been with IBM for 24 years as of 2009 spanning engineering, sales, marketing, and business development and is an alumnus of Cornell and Harvard universities. He enjoys tennis, picnics, camping, lectures, and is currently learning Spanish via Coffee Break Spanish podcasts on his iPhone during exercise walks in the park.

E-mail Man at or track him down at these bars:


Brian is a rising sophomore at Northview High School as of 2009 and is the oldest of Man and Quinn’s three children. He plays on the school’s Junior Varsity Lacrosse team and was recently recognized with a Scholar Athlete award. Brian is also a Captain in the Army Jr. ROTC program at his school (Reserved Officer Training Corp). He is a member of the Duke University Talent Identification Program, enjoys his honors classes at school, enjoys learning Spanish and French, is always ready to travel. His last trip was to Washington, D.C., in January 2009 for the inauguration of President Barack Obama; and he has been to Vietnam twice in the past two years.

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6 Responses to “About Man & Brian Bui”

  1. victoria nguyen Says:

    HI brain , i think its awsome that you and your dad is giving out one laptop per child in peru. Hope you have a great summer.

  2. Excelente trabajo y felicitaciones por este aporte que estan realizando para ayudar a implementar recursos tecnologicos en la educación Peruana, es una lucha dura con muchos obstaculos que batallar pero como dice la frase: “Nada es imposible”…. en educación.

    Saludos fraternos,

    Rene Torres Visso.

  3. Lien Says:

    Hi Brian- you rock! God will reward you for your good work. You will be a great role model for Jack and Jaimee.

    Love aunty Lien.

  4. Thach Tom Nguyen Says:

    Hello Man & Brian
    I have read your blog, this is an excellent adventure trip to help the kids and to learn the culture of the Peru. This Inca culture is attractive, and beautiful, I hope you have some spare time to enjoy too.
    have a great trip.BTW, have u experienced any shaking (just kidding, this is also region of earth wake)


  5. Miranda Feneberger Says:

    it looks like you guys are having a great time!!! i decided that instead of volcano surfing dune surfing looks like a much awesomer alternative…
    way to find a hooters in peru…only brian bui…


    hola man, bonitas las fotos de Córdova, huaytará, perú. Te escribe el Director de la IE Nº 22149 – Villa Córdova “La mejor del perú”, muchas gracias por tus comentarios y saludos de todos los docentes, alumnos y padres de familia que te estiman siempre.
    Un abrazo a todos: familia e hijos, especial para ti y Brayan
    Con amor
    Rosa, Rommel, Rosita y Raúl
    por siempre…

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