Victoria works as a leadership coach and speaker and is an expert at helping executives and entrepreneurs realize their most ambitious performance goals and achieve excellence. She has over 40 years of experience leading companies and teams across the U.S. and the world. In 2005 she co-founded the Itafari Foundation in Rwanda and travels there frequently. Victoria is an international speaker, and author of two books: Dead Rita’s Wisdom – Simple Words to Help You Live an Extraordinary Life and Cancer: From Tears to Triumph. She is also the host of the podcast, Wisdom with Victoria Trabosh.
She serves as a columnist for the international quarterly publication, CHOICE Magazine featured in the column, Sticky Situations. She was featured in Oprah.com for her work in Rwanda. She hosts the podcast: Wisdom with Victoria Trabosh. She’s been interviewed on over 100 radio shows regarding leadership and wisdom. As a keynote speaker for national organizations, she focuses on communication and leadership.
In 2006 she spoke at the United Nations. She authored Dead Rita’s Wisdom – Simple words to help you live an extraordinary life. She’s a co-author of the book, Cancer: From Tears to Triumph with the chapter: Never Lose Your Voice.
She is currently pursuing her Masters in International Relations at Harvard University and hopes to work with UN Women at the United Nations in the future.
Married for 37 years and now living in Portland Oregon with her husband John and two cats, Mossimo and Vito. Her four stepchildren have given her and John eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.