Victoria W. Hsu is currently Director of the Board and Secretary of the J.T. Tai & Co. Foundation. She also serves as Board Secretary of the J. T. Tai & Co. Inc.

Prior to her current role, Victoria was a public relations and marketing manager for Pittard Sullivan, an award-winning design company where she organized global conferences and shows for the Cannes Film Festival, NATPE Television and TED Conferences. Victoria also worked in publishing at RGA Lowell House, a division of Simon & Schuster, as a Special Sales director of medical educational publications distributed to millions of readers.

In the beginning of her career at BBDO Advertising, Inc. she was a broadcast supervisor purchasing spot time for television commercials. Victoria is a Trustee of the Board of the Eisenhower Fellowship, a Special Advisory Council Member of Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles and Founding Member of the recent successful #Gold Open movement (GoldHouse.org) that has introduced education to mass audiences through projects on the big screen starring, written directed by many Asian Americans and others of diversified backgrounds. . She is an avid supporter and advisor to several nonprofit organizations including American Red Cross, Harvard Medical School, Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine, Columbia University College Physicians and Surgeons, Museum of Chinese in America, Apex for Youth, UNICEF USA, and The 1990 Institute. She has participated in collaboration with various events and educational programs that have partnered with Google and Amazon. Victoria has a B.A. in History from Connecticut College and graduated with honors from Westfield High School in Westfield, New Jersey where she grew up.