Victoria graduated from the University of Washington-Seattle with a B.S. degree in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and completed her Master’s in Biomedical Sciences at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. She worked as a medical scribe for multiple primary care physicians, researched mast cells at the Seattle Children’s Research Institute and pancreatic islet cells at the University of Rochester, and volunteered as a community educator at local senior centers for American Bone Health. Using photography as a medium to explore and celebrate the diversity of life on her university campus, she was the Co-founder and Photographer for Humans of UW, an online photojournalism project. Her main goals were to raise awareness on mental health stigma and shine light on the social injustices students experienced during school. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys hiking in the Pacific Northwest, trying new foods, watching nature documentaries, and capturing portraits of people.