Victoria Simpson

Undergraduate Member-at-Large

Victoria J. Simpson resides in Charleston, South Carolina and is a senior Exercise Science major at the College of Charleston. Upon graduation, Victoria hopes to transition into a graduate program to pursue her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

Victoria was initiated into the Iota Omicron Chapter at the College of Charleston in the Spring of 2014. Victoria has served in multiple capacities including Vice President, Philacter, Chairman of Target II: Health Promotion, Chairman of Technology, Chairman of Battle of the Partywalks, Co-Chairman of Fun Events, Co-Chairman of the Mr. Ivy League Pageant, and a member of various committees. She was elected as one of two 2016 – 2018 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Undergraduate Members-at-Large at the 67th Boule in Atlanta, Georgia.

In the midst of carrying out her responsibilities within her chapter, Victoria continues to excel in her academic career and in various campus activities. Her devotion to her scholastics was recognized as Victoria was honored to be on the Dean’s list at the College of Charleston. Additionally, Victoria has served as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for peer academic tutoring in advanced Biology courses, she was a member of the Bonner Leader Program and committed over 300 hours of service, she was a youth mentor for 6th through 12th graders at a non-profit afterschool program named Metanoia, she was a campus representative for a women’s empowerment fashion line, she has interned at Carolina Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine for the past 3 years, and she is a member of the Greek Peer Facilitators for the Greek Life Office at the College of Charleston.

As a child of military parents, Victoria has traveled and lived in various countries, including Guam, England, Germany and the United States. Her 11 years abroad has equipped her with insight and understanding on various cultures. Victoria is fluent in English and German, and is currently learning to speak Italian.

Victoria loves to participate in sports, to travel, to mentor and educate students, and to spend time with family and friends.

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