By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Assistant Editor
Victoria “Juicy” Huynh, a University of Georgia alumna, currently serves as the vice president of the Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS) in Atlanta, GA. The Jade Times proudly features Huynh as the fifth dedicated female leader for Women’s History Month.
“She does so much for the community and is a true leader,” Christine “ECKO” Ho, UGA alumna and national vice president of records, said. “She is able to mobilize and empower people within her profession to do the things within the Asian community that most would find impossible.”
Huynh’s organization contributes to the Asian community by providing social, housing, youth, education, health, senior and advocacy services to immigrants, refugees and underprivileged individuals.
The “Growing in Gwinnett” interview with Huynh (released in March 2014) demonstrates how she has empowered not only the women of Delta Phi Lambda but an entire community through her work with CPACS:
To discover more about CPACS, go to www.icpacs.org.
In her term as Delta Phi Lambda’s national vice president of internal affairs, Huynh developed the 3 C’s program in 2010, which requires chapters to focus on collaboration, celebration and cooperation. Her legacy continues to inspire sisters today.
“She inspires me to do more for the community overall and to do more professionally as well,” Ho said. “She provides professional and life advice. She is also morally sound and always knows the right thing to do.”
As March comes to an end, The Jade Times will continue to feature more motivational sisters on the website and Instagram (@thejadetimes).
Nominations are still open for future featured dedicated female leaders. Visit the following link to fill out the form: http://bit.ly/187fPgn.
Featured image: Victoria Huynh
Article image and video: CPACS