Victoria is a Juilliard Drama grad pursuing acting, writing, and producing.
Victoria made her television writing debut in Jan 2021 on Law & Order: SVU with "Turn Me On, Take Me Private." Helmed by Tony nominees Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice, School of Rock) and Eva Noblezada (Hadestown, Miss Saigon), the episode garnered international attention for bringing theater actors to the small screen during the COVID-19 Broadway closures.
As an actor, Victoria has appeared in Law & Order: SVU "The Five Hundredth Episode" and "Dance, Lies, & Videotape", originated "Allie" in Max Posner's Snore and "The Girl" in the U.K. premiere of Minetti (Barbican, London & Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh) as part of the Edinburgh International Festival. She has also performed at Carnegie Hall and has participated in play development workshops with the Metropolitan Opera, Primary Stages, Premiere Stages, New Works at Perry Mansfield, the Lark, Ma-Yi, Naked Angels, New Georges, and NYSAF.
As a producer, she develops live events and scripted projects. Previous works include ARKAI's inaugural music video, a trio of short films, the second Film Festival at Juilliard, a site-specific Macbeth in Brooklyn, and developmental workshops of Sebastian / AMERICAN CARNAGE, and dozens of private events throughout the United States, Europe, and Mexico.
Committed to arts outreach she is a proud volunteer teaching artist with Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP) and has served communities in South Africa, Texas, New Orleans, and NYC. She has collaborated with Lincoln Center, stART, Collaborative Arts Ensemble, Broadway for All, Sing for Hope, the Artist as Citizen Conference, and most recently at Maya Sotoro-Ng's Peace First Summit in NYC as a citizen artist.
She holds a BA in Theatre from Barnard College, Columbia University where she was awarded the Kenneth Janes Prize in Theatre and graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa.
She received her MFA from Juilliard Drama where she received the Dr. Polisi Artist as Citizen Award, the S. Kim Oh Scholarship for Leadership in Public Service, the Michel Saint-Denis Award for Ensemble, and the Career Advancement Fellowship for Entrepreneurship.