Raised in San Francisco’s Chinatown, Victoria Chan is an advocate for workers’ and immigrants’ rights. She believes that all workers, regardless of their immigration status, English proficiency, or profession, are entitled to fundamental rights at the workplace. Victoria spent the last five and half years as a Senior Community Advocate for Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus, where she empowered and represented low-wage and immigrant workers on issues including wage and hour, retaliation, discrimination, unemployment insurance, and workplace health and safety. Using her bilingual language skills, cultural competency, and heart for the community, she plans to intern for community-based legal organizations providing direct legal services and government agencies charged with enforcing labor laws during her law school summers. With her commitment to become a public interest attorney, Victoria looks forward to using her legal education to continue protecting communities like San Francisco’s Chinatown. Victoria is a 1L at Golden Gate University School of Law.