Victoria grew up on Long Island where she started her dance journey at the age of four. She studied ballet, pointe, lyrical, contemporary, and jazz. At the age of 15, she began student teaching ballet and jazz at her studio and until she graduated high school three years later.
She attended the State University of New York at Fredonia where she continued her dance journey by joining the student-run dance organizations; Fredonia Dance Team (1 year) and Orchesis Dance Company (4 years). Orchesis was a wonderful opportunity for Victoria to not only expand her knowledge of dance, explore new styles, and learn from professionals, but also to choreograph her own pieces. She was chosen to choreograph several pieces for Orchesis throughout her four years and to dance in her colleague's pieces every semester.
In 2017, Victoria graduated from college with a degree in International Studies and minors in Public Health, Political Science, and Sociology. After a year living in Virginia, she and her husband moved back to Fredonia where she now works as a Scholarship and Administrative Coordinator at the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation. Victoria's passion has always been dance and helping dancers uncover their full potential.