Before coming to USF, Victoria Yang knew she wanted to make a difference and a positive impact during her undergrad. Graduating this May with a Bachelor of Arts in Supply Chain Management, she has found ways to shine in the many positions she has held here at USF.
Since her second semester, Yang has been a member of Alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority, Inc., where she currently serves as vice president of membership. She previously served in a variety of leadership roles in the sorority, including stints as public relations chair, alumnae chair, reveal coordinator, and vice president. In 2019, she was awarded the CAA Candlelight Scholarship for exemplifying the sorority pillar, scholarship.
Yang is also the acting vice president of scholarship and awards for the Delta Sigma Pi. a professional business fraternity that she joined to further develop her professional skills and to be more active in the business school. But her engagement doesn’t stop there. She participates in the Corporate Mentor Program, where she has further developed her professional skills and she was even awarded the Muma Alumni Scholarship by the program for her academic and leadership skills. Yang is also a study skills mentor at the USF Academic Success Center.
Her Greek Life involvement has led to many opportunities give back to the greater community. She has participated in the Bulls For Kids Dance Marathon, where students work together to raise money and donate products to domestic violence victims, as well as service events dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness.
Yang works, too, serving as a buying intern at HSN, a billion-dollar multi-channel retail company.