Intercollegiate Council

The affiliated members are represented through the Intercollegiate Council (ICC). The ICC convenes to define policy that steers UVSA’s activities.

2014 – 2015 Intercollegiate Council

 

Van Nguyen

Van Nguyen
University of California, Berkeley
Born and raised in Northern California, Van Nguyen is one of the two Intercollegiate Council Representatives for the University of California, Berkeley. As a first year Cal Golden Bear, she intends to major in Public Health, minor in Global Poverty and Practice, and pursue a career in the field of medicine. When she isnít participating in VSA activities, she can be found participating in Calís Rally Committee, chasing a breathtaking view of the sunset, or exploring what has yet to be explored.

Tu Tran

Tu Tran
University of California, Berkeley
Born and raised in San Jose, California, Tu Tran is the other intercollegiate Council Representative for the University of California, Berkeley. She is a third year, studying legal studies and psychology. VSA is a huge part of her college career, because through this organization, she found her identity and passion. If she’s not busy with VSA business, she is probably getting her beauty sleep or turning down for homework. She starts and ends her day with a cup of green tea everyday. So, befriend her by drinking green tea with her and talk to her about everything and anything.

Henry Le

Henry Le
University of the Pacific
Henry Le is a sophomore at the University of the Pacific . There, he is in the 3+3 Pre-dental program so that he may, one day, become an orthodontist to help the young and old gain new confidence in their smiles. Along with being the Vice-ICC, he is also the the treasurer of Pacific’s VSA. Besides being a college student, he is a hip hop dancer, a runner, and a major food consumer. Just like the old saying, the way to Henry’s heart is through his stomach.

Leanne Tran

Leanne Tran
University of the Pacific
Leanne Tran serves as the 2014-2015 Intercollegiate Council Chair and also Pacific’s Intercollegiate Council Representative for a second term. Leanne is a sophomore at the University of the Pacific where she studies Biological Sciences and French Language and Literature. She enjoys working as a freelance digital artist on the side and stalking dogs.

 

Dom Do

Dom Do
Unversity of California, Santa Cruz
Dominic Do is a third year at UC Santa Cruz studying Human Biology, aspiring to work in the medical field one day. He enjoys spending his time browsing the web and playing games with friends.

 

 

Nancy Le

Nancy Le
University of California, Davis
A citizen of Toronto, Canada and a resident of San Jose,CA, Nancy Nhieu Le is a fourth year Asian American Studies Major at the University of California, Davis. She is the Intercollegiate Council Representation and External Vice President of VSA at UCD. When she isn’t busy bullying and sassing President Jason Le, she can be found driving Big Red Busses (Shout out to Unitrans!), listening to Sam Smith, and chasing sunrises. She enjoys photography, being spontaneous, and is a total foodie. She has an obsession with coffee and milk tea! Often times, you’ll hear Nancy before you see her and she can be found in her natural habitat, flipping her hair.

Brian Tran

Brian Tran
Stanford University
Born and raised in Houston, TX, Brian Tran is currently a freshman at Stanford University and is interested in studying Chemical Engineering. As Stanford’s ICC representative, he aims to spread awareness of the Vietnamese culture and customs and plans to become more involved in the Vietnamese community. When he isn’t working on his academic endeavors, you can find him relaxing with friends, shopping, or exploring his new environment, whether it be through public service or trying different cuisines.

Michael Tran

Michael Tran
San Jose State University
Michael Tran is the Intercollegiate Council Representative for San Jose State University. Michael is a senior studying Management Information Systems. Along with ICC in VSA he is also the president of the Martial Arts Community in SJSU. His hobbies include video games, collecting comic books, and sports.

 

 

Quang Nguyen

Quang Nguyen
De Anza College
Quang Nguyen is Intercollegiate Council Member for the United Vietnamese Student Associations of Northern California from De Anza College. Representing an affiliated school, Quang hopes to promote and bring participation and commitment to UVSA and De Anza VSA’s events. During his serving time, he also wishes to foster a relationship between De Anza’s VSA and other school’s VSA. In his spare time, Quang researches about how he will survive a zombie apocalypse.

 

Kimberly Huynh

Kimberly Huynh
University of California, Merced