My name is Becky Le and I was president from 2013-2014. I graduated with a bachelors’ in psychology and sociology. I am currently finishing my Master’s in Public Health from George Washington University and I work for Inova Health System. I live in Northern Virginia with my adorable Westie, Rumble. Desserts and sweets are my weakness. I love spending time with family, friends and my pup. My good friends, Alex Lapian and Katie Vo convinced me to join VSA freshmen year. It didn’t take long for this organization to become a huge part of my college experience. At the end of freshman year, I ran for fundraising chair to give back to the organization and the community. We met our fundraising goal and raised more money than the year before. I enjoyed being part of a team to serve others. By the end of sophomore year, I took a leap and ran for Vice President. I tweaked the big little survey to help the bigs get to know their little(s). At reveal, I continued the tunnel tradition as your big grabs you as you run through a people tunnel. We started houses to encourage bonding and friendly competition. By the end of junior year, I wanted to help VSA grow more and to think about big picture ideas such as involvement in the community, within the Asian American community at Virginia Tech and regionally within MAUVSA. I would say my year as president was a lot of learning, trying new things and excelling as an organization. We created new events, such as Bondfires. New lingo was created in the kitchen at our pho nights. Similar to previous years, we got involved in Relay for Life and Big Event. Our women’s football team worked hard and won Intramurals & Duke Bowl! With the help of the Asian American Student Union, we found ways to decrease spending for pho nights and culture show. We brought back the class version of family feud from my freshman year. In addition to our football, basketball and volleyball intramural teams, we created an intramural softball team for the first time and our members enjoyed it. We wrapped up the year with our phenomenal culture show based on Avatar. It was quite a year of change and tradition, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything because the organization only grew and excelled from it. I could not be more proud to be an alum of VTVSA.