Victoria was an associate with the firm from 2010 to 2012 and rejoined the team in September 2014 after completing her MBA at Harvard Business School (HBS). In prior positions, she worked as a business development executive at Google[x] and tracx as well as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School, and helped launched the United Crimes Elimination Network (UCEN), the most extensive global network to prevent financial crimes and identify financial criminals.
Victoria loves working with entrepreneurs who she believes are going to change the world and enjoys being at the front line of innovation. She is also the founder and CEO of So She Did, a not-for-profit social movement with the mission to help young women invest in themselves from the inside out.
When she's unplugged from tech, Victoria loves to dance (everything from hip hop to ballroom), run with her Siberian Husky, Meeko, and write letters to her future self.
Victoria graduated from Yale College with a degree in economics, and received an MBA from Harvard Business School.
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