Vivian Long is the Director of Programs for the Long Family Foundation (LFF), an intergenerational, private nonprofit organization that funds religious, educational, cultural, and research endeavors. In her role, Vivian works closely with members of the family to promote the Foundation’s core principles of faith, compassion, and commitment to strengthen future generations’ philanthropy. Prior to her current role, she led domestic policy and advocacy efforts at the Joyful Heart Foundation, where she worked to address the national issue of untested sexual assault evidence kits and assisted in the passage of rape kit reform legislation in over 15 states. Vivian received her MPA from NYU's Wagner School of Public Service and graduated with a BA in International Human Rights from New York University with honors. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles and is a past Trustee for the Pi Beta Phi Foundation.