Victoria recently graduated from J. Sergeant Reynolds Community College with an Associates in Social Science. She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at VCU. Her passion is to help people, be an ear to people who need someone to listen to them, and to help the younger generation navigate the world. Victoria believes that as a therapist, her passion will be more obtainable! Choosing psychology as her major is what suited her most, because she can understand why certain people act and behave the way they do.
A few fun facts about Victoria are that she was raised in Richmond, she has a dog named Teddy, and she loves watching nature documentaries. Something that Victoria does outside of school and work, is volunteering at Patrick Henry YMCA as a senior leader for a club called Leaders’ Club. She has been a part of this club since she was in ninth grade and loves this club, as well as the youth students in the club.
One of Victoria’s favorite quotes is: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” A quote by Maya Angelou.
Victoria feels most motivated when she is helping people. Whether she is helping our clients or her teammates, she loves knowing that what she is doing is helping someone else. She does her absolute best to process information that is sent to Injured Workers Law Firm, either from clients, medical facilities, or the opposing side.
Whenever someone calls, the first person they speak to is Victoria! She loves hearing stories about how Injured Workers Law Firm helps clients and enjoys building personal relationships with our clients.