April Nguyen joined VSA in 2010, and has been a part of CPP Selection since 2012 because she wanted to share UNAVSA’s message of compassion and commitment to the community. After graduating with a PharmD from the University of the Pacific in her home state of California, she moved to Boston to work at Biogen and joined MCPHS as adjunct faculty. Currently serving the community in legislative and regulatory affairs roles, she is combining her passions towards influencing a positive change for healthcare-related issues in the Vietnamese-American community. While she enjoys swing dancing and kickboxing at the gym, she prefers to work on her six pack one laugh at a time.

Steph is a senior at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP) pursuing a double degree in Biology and Psychology with a concentration in neuroscience. She is currently President of UMCP VSA and Registration Director for the Mid-Atlantic Union of VSA’s Advance Conference VI. When she’s not helping peers with their resumes at the Career Center or countering violent extremism in her internship, she’s probably on a foodie adventure or binge watching the next best show on Netflix.

Tiffany is a sophomore at the University of Connecticut (UConn) majoring in Molecular and Cell Biology. She is currently a member of the Executive Board for UConn VSA as well as a member of the Intercollegiate Council for New England IVSA (NEIVSA). She is also a member of the Entertainment Committee helping to plan for NEIVSA’s annual Vietnamese Empowerment Summit. In addition to her involvement with VSA, she is a writer for Her Campus UConn, a founding member of the UConn chapter of the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, and enjoys playing music and volleyball in her free time.

Kim hails from Madison, Wisconsin, a suburban city where she currently attends the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying Neurobiology with a certificate in Asian American Studies. During her time spent at the university, she has been able to adequately balance her roles in VSA UW, her academics, and her role as a technology instructor for a pre-college program for minority students. Following her academic career, she aspires to work in the medical industry while still making major contributions to the Vietnamese community. Kim’s hobbies include exploring other cities in search of yummy foods and being head chef in her household.


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