Currently, Victoria holds the position of secretary for the Board of the Rochester Children's Scholarship Fund (RCSF). The RCSF is an organization designed to help provide financial support to students as a means of keeping them in the educational system. It also serves as a living memorial to those serving in World War I. The program has been serving students of the Rochester City School District for 90 years. Additionally, Victoria is the Chair of the ad-hoc Marketing Committee assisting with programming and promotion of the organization.
Victoria is a member of the College Diversity Advisory Board at St. John Fisher College where she helps to better the campus climate through diversity efforts. She has been one of the catalyst’s who has aided in the growth of diversity in various areas of the College such as student population, faculty recruitment, and diverse programming. Additionally, Victoria was a member of the student and faculty recruitment team to put together a strategic plan for recruitment initiatives. Today, Victoria continues to maintain very active within the Sorority. She is the Coordinator of the Sigma Lambda for the Leadership, Advancement, and Development of our Young Sisters (LADYS) Program of Rochester through the Theta Xi Graduate/Professional Chapter.
As a result of her great work and contributions to the community, Victoria was recognized as a Rochester Emerging Latino Leader through the Democrat and Chronicle. She was the youngest professional to be recognized out of 20 individuals. In 2006, she was also awarded the Rochester City School District Volunteer Education Award for her service in working with students, and her volunteer efforts with departments and programs related to the district. Furthermore, Victoria was selected to participate in the Latino Leadership Development Program through the United Way of Rochester. Of over 100 applicants, Victoria was 1 of 25 people to be selected to participate. The Latino Leadership Development Program is designed to identify, train, and promote the placement of Latinos in policy-making positions of community organizations in order to ensure these organizations are tapping the full potential of the Latino community.
In 2007, Victoria was awarded the Diversity Innovation Award (DIA) from St John Fisher as a result of the various efforts and programming she’s created and executed to support diversity. Currently, Victoria sits on the committee for the DIA. Moreover, Victoria was granted the Advisor of the Year Award from St. John Fisher College for both the 2006- 2007 and the 2007-2008 school years as a result of her commitment to student development and working as the advisor for the Latino Student Union and Arts In Motion Performance campus organizations.