Le Vu was born in Vietnam and educated in Australia. Following graduation Le worked briefly for the Australian Post Master General then returned to Vietnam and worked as Director of Logistics at the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority. When Saigon fell Le went to America where he found refuge and commenced work as the Computer Manager for Boeing Computer Services.
Later Le joined the World Bank where he was given responsibility for designing, implementing and managing the World Bank’s Global Communications Network in support of World Bank's business activities at Headquarters and around the world. Once the network was fully operational Le led the technical team that identified opportunity to improve business process with the aid of Global Development Learning Network that enabled the World Bank to become the “Knowledge Bank”.
Le was an Australian funded Colombo Plan Scholar, he has a B.E from the University of Western Australia, an MS from the University of Melbourne and completed an Executive Development Program at Harvard University. Le has over 35 years of working experiences in ICT including Global Communications services, regulatory and policy in developing countries