Victoria Ho, MSPAS, PA-C

Candidate for Director at Large
Endorsed by the Nomination & Elections Committee


Victoria Ho (She/Her) is a graduate from Sacred Heart University (SHU) in December of 2021 and is currently working as a pediatric PA at Pediatrics Associates of CT with a background in urgent care and care care medicine. Ho was named 2021-2022 American Academy of Physician Assistant (AAPA) PA Student of the Year and recipient of the LBGT PA Caucus Student Leader Fellowship for 2020-2021 where she and others created a national LGBTQ Pre-PA support group. She is currently serving as the Secretary for the LBGT PA Caucus and is former past chair of the AAPA Constituent Relations Work Group for 2022-2023. In addition, she serves on the conference committee for her state organization: Connecticut Academy of PAs and attended Leadership and Advocacy Summit in Washington DC representing CT. Victoria was invited to attend the US Department for Health and Human Services Pride Summit at the Capitol, where she not only represented PAs on a national level but service as a resource for many LGBTQ national organization. 

She is involved in PA education, as an Adjunct Instructor for didactic year students for her alma mater and preceptor for clinical year PA students for University of Bridgeport students. During her down town, Victoria likes to spend her time outside either hiking, attending local fairs, spending time with friends, or being in the kitchen cooking or baking. Victoria is excited to bring her experience and knowledge to ConnAPA as director-at-large. 

Platform Statement

As a candidate seeking the Director-at-large position within Connecticut Academy of Physican Associates (ConnAPA), I am committed to advancing the interests and well-being of the organizations that stands behind all the Physician Associates within the state of CT. With a broad understanding of the challenges and barriers facing our profession, I am elated to contribute my skills, experience, knowledge, and passion to serve the PA community effectively. What I hope to achieve with the director-at-large position consists of three main pillars: 1) Advocacy and Representation, 2) Education and Professional Development, and 3) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Within each pillar, I have ideas and plans to help achieve these goals including fostering collaborations and partnerships with other PA organizations throughout the nation, engage with policymakers, and other stakeholders to ensure that the voices of the PAs are heard and respected in healthcare, and create educational opportunities for PAs through mentorship programs, networking opportunities while committing to promote DEI initiatives within the PA profession. In summary as a director-at-Large, and with your support, I am confident that together we can help advance our profession to deliver exceptional care to the patients of our state.