Entrepreneur, Publicist, Event Planner, Writer and Poet. Victoria was born and educated in London, England and has lived and worked in Canada, St. Kitts, Barbados & The Bahamas. She currently divides her time between Toronto, Canada and Nassau, Bahamas. She pursues a wide range of interests evidenced by her career choices.
In Canada; Director of Marketing for a Toronto Land Development company; Spa Owner; Political candidate; Project leader/founder of Interim Place women’s shelter.
In The Bahamas: Managing grand openings/events which included Atlantis, The Ocean Club, The British Colonial Hilton and various 'red carpet' events; Executive team member of
Colours Junkanoo group; Creative partner in ‘Edukarting’ program in government schools. The HEALinc.Leader for Project Management, PR & Media.
Team member SingularityU Nassau Chapter, Associate Insight Stage & Lollipop Love.
Professionally, she writes copy; ghost writes speeches and statements; press releases and publicity material. she has completed writing a biography and more recently is editing her own very full autobiography. She writes a weekly column for The Tribune newspaper in Nassau, Bahamas. She was excited and challenged from 2017 to 2018 to have been involved in more than one medical/techno project and community mentoring project: The HEALin and SingularityU Nassau Chapter - and despite the challenge of writing in unfamiliar genres has safely added new expertise in writing medical, legal, technological, academic, design thinking articles and other material, to her portfolio. she also partnered with Insight Stage, a platform for mentoring and guidance in emotional and spiritual life skills. 2019 means more freelancing and consulting and is now collaborating on writing two books with and for another author. In addition she is half-way through writing a fact/fiction 'novel'. and producing poetry. Her personal creative work includes publishing six books of poetry and being published in various publications: The University of the West Indies annual literary journals; an Anthology of Caribbean poetry for Carifesta X; Womanspeak - a journal of poetry and art by women in the Caribbean and had two new poems published in POUI in 2018.