We will have 2 amazing Keynote speakers for this event- one is our very own Kappa Sister-- Victoria Chan, and the other is a representative from CARE, Savannah Fox
Since 2000, Victoria has been involved with non-profit performing arts programs, working with the Britney Spears Foundation, American Idol, 50 Cent’s G-Unity Foundation, Jackie Chan’s Charitable Foundation, and Usher's New Look Foundation. She has worked as Jackie Chan’s executive assistant for The JC Group International, LTD and has traveled from Mongolia to Miami, from Singapore to Spain, assisting in earthquake and drought relief efforts to being on the international promotional tour of “The Karate Kid” with Sony Pictures.
She graduated from the prestigious Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art & Performing Arts with a major in Vocal Performance and is currently on the Board of Directors for Summer Stars Camp for the Performing Arts. Victoria has been featured in The Hollywood Reporter, MTV, People Magazine, Daily News, VH1, and Empire Magazine. She was mentioned in PeoplePets.com for the Jackie Chan Charity Bear Project, which she launched to benefit the JC Build a School Foundation.
Victoria earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and African American Studies from Syracuse University, where she was initiated into the Gamma Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. She completed her master’s degree in Professional Counseling and College Student Affairs from the University of West Georgia, where she served as the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council advisor. Victoria is currently the Assistant Director of Student Conduct at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She proudly serves on the International Board of the largest Asian-interest fraternity, Lambda Phi Epsilon, as the Director of Chapter Development and is involved with the Association of Fraternity & Sorority Advisors and Association of Student Conduct Administrator. Recently, Victoria was honored by the Southern Association of College Student Affairs (SACSA) with the Bobby E. Leach Award for significant contributions to the development of multicultural relations on campus.