Omar Chung was born and raised in Rochester, New York. He obtained his Associate Degree in Applied Computer Technology from National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) and a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Omar was one of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) students selected to participate in the Collegiate Black Deaf Students Leadership Institute (CBDSLI), a program of the National Black Deaf Advocates in Charlotte, NC in 2011. He has served various positions for Ebony Club at NTID including its athletic director and vice president.
Currently, Omar is working for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as Information Intake Representative (ASL) in Washington D.C. In his role, he takes calls on Video Phone (VP) and documents employment complaints for further processing and responds to email inquiries.
Omar plans to pursue his Masters in Public Administration. Outside of work he attends D.C. Area Black Deaf Advocates as a member. During his down time, Omar enjoys talking about politics, play several of sports, watch various criminal justice shows on television and visit his family in Jamaica.