She was featured on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for her investment success. After studying economics at Yale University and leadership at Harvard Business School, she received her most valuable learnings from over 24 of the best coaches, therapists and alternative healers in the world who teach lessons not available in even the most exclusive universities.
With a unique blend of business, leadership, and self-development acumen, Victoria is now a Leadership Advisor to visionary founders and CEOs of the fastest growing technology companies in Silicon Valley, and celebrities with power, platform, and influence.
With Victoria’s guidance, her clients feel calm, confident and energized as they scale their multibillion-dollar companies and inspire their teams with their vision and leadership – all the while enjoying a personal life they love.
Victoria selectively works with CEOs, scientists, artists, and entrepreneurs who have missions she’d like to amplify in the world. Supporting them scales her impact through the companies’ culture, products, and services. From selling a company for $4 billion, growing revenue 1000% during a pandemic, building the first electric, foiling, self-driving boat, to designing a more effective COVID-19 vaccine, her clients are making the impossible probable.
She is the author of the WSJ Best Seller, Bending Reality: How to Make the Impossible Probable which teaches how to unlock the hidden power within your body to get what you want.
She has shared the stage with CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABC, NBC, Glamour, Shape, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Business Insider and Boston Globe.
Working with Victoria has been like having a superintelligent co-processor on all of the important things… I’ve worked with coaches before and talked to other founders who work with coaches and Victoria stands above the pack. If you are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to work with Victoria,
1) congratulations, you must be an interesting person working on exciting things, and 2) do it.”
Ryan Hudson, Co-Founder of Honey, acquired by PayPal for $4 Billion.