In her role as Community Relations & Corporate Events Manager, Victoria will be responsible for the coordination and execution of CDPHP’s philanthropic efforts as well as being a community liaison for the organization. Additionally Victoria will provide support for CDPHP special events including the Workforce Challenge, Charity of Choice Fundraising events and more. Victoria has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Russell Sage College and a Master of Science in Organizational Management from The Sage Colleges. She is a 2012 graduate of the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce Leadership and has volunteered her time with The American Heart Association, The Palace, The Commission On Economic Opportunity (CEO), Trinity Alliance, Capital Roots, Unity House and more. Recently, along with two associates Victoria started a Learn to Golf Group for women looking to learn golf for the purposes of business. In her spare time Victoria enjoys running, playing golf and spending time with her two daughters, Eleanor (7) and Charlotte (4).
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