Victoria Pollack is an actor-producer who has developed and produced projects in film, dance, theater, as well as major private and non-profit events.
She served as producer of Orchesis: a Dance Group, Columbia University's largest performing arts organization and President of the Columbia University Performing Arts League during her undergraduate years, after which she served New York Stage and Film as their producing intern for the 2012 season, and a freelance event producer in NY, NJ, PA, RI, and MA with Elan Artists.
She went on to assist directors Becky Guy and Vivienne Benesch on productions at Juilliard before commencing her studies there as an actor. While a student at Juilliard, she wrote/produced a trio of short films and produced the 2016 Film Festival at Juilliard, featuring student and alumni-created film projects spanning music, dance, and drama. Most recently she produced a sold-out site-specific MACBETH in Brooklyn with a cohort of Juilliard students and alumni.
In addition to her producing initiatives, she is committed to arts outreach. Through her involvement with Artists Striving to End Poverty and the Juilliard New Orleans Service Project, she has spearheaded fundraising initiatives for $20,000-$60,000 campaigns.
She holds an BA in Theatre from Barnard College, Columbia University where she was awarded the Kenneth Janes Prize in Theater and graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa.
She recently received her MFA from Juilliard Drama, where she was awarded the S. Kim Oh Scholarship for Leadership in Public Service recipient, the Michel Saint-Denis Award for Ensemble, the Artist as Citizen Award, and the Career Advancement Fellowship.