Victor Shi

Student, UCLA

Victor Shi, the youngest elected Delegate for Joe Biden in 2020, is a writer, speaker, organizer, and freshman at UCLA. Currently, Victor is the co-host of the podcast, iGen Politics, with Jill Wine-Banks, which strives to engage all generations in politics. Victor previously organized for the Biden Campaign and interned for Congressman Brad Schneider. His on-air commentary and interviews have been featured across various networks and publications including MSNBC, CNN, NBC and written work published by outlets like USA Today, The Hill, Daily Herald, and International Business Times.

Victor is speaking at

July 17, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm


  • Ben Chou (Speaker) Harris County Election's Department, Senior Advisor for Policy and Innovation
  • Dr. Janelle Wong (Speaker) Professor, University of Maryland
  • Raymond Partolan (Speaker) National Field Director, Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote)
  • Victor Shi (Speaker) Student, UCLA
  • Resty Fufunan (Moderator) Policy Intern, OCA National
Sponsored By:
OCA Las Vegas


As Asians and Pacific Islanders become the fastest growing groups in the United States, we must organize and advocate for the health and happiness of our ever-changing communities. As of February 2021, there are only 18 Asian and Pacific Islander senators and representatives - but we can work to change that. In this workshop, will explore ways in which Asian and Pacific Islanders can shape the institutions and laws that govern their lives through effective civic engagement, policy advocacy, running for office, and commission appointments at the local level. Then, attendees will be walked through the process of running for office and leading a successful campaign.

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