Victoria Huynh
Vice President of Social Services and Advocacy
Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc.

Victoria Huynh is Vice President of Social Services and Advocacy at the Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc. (CPACS), the first and largest Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) organization that serves immigrant, refugee, and underprivileged communities in the South. She began her career at CPACS as a high school student in the youth program. In her current position, she leads the development and implementation of social services and advocacy programs. She was instrumental in the formation of several CPACS programs, such as the Affordable Care Act Outreach Program and the Substance Abuse Prevention Program.

Ms. Huynh actively advocates on behalf of AAPI communities and populations with limited English proficiency (LEP) through her membership on various local and state community groups, including Immigrant Hope-Atlanta, Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Gwinnett Multicultural Advisory Committee, Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute, Georgia AAPI Community Coalition, Georgia Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Steering and LEP Subcommittee, National Aim for Equity Coalition, Coalition of Refugee Service Agencies, Atlanta Regional Commission Millennial Advisory Panel, Cross Keys Task Force, Cross Keys Sustainability Neighborhood Initiative, and AAPI Task Force. She was named “Outstanding Georgia Citizen” by the Secretary of State in 2014 and is honored to represent Georgia as a new member on the HHS Regional Health Equity Council (Region IV).