SERV International gives people the opportunity to make a difference. They build connections with communities in Kenya and the Dominican Republic by serving nutrient-rich meals to millions of people and meeting urgent needs for resources like clean water and safe shelter. Victoria is a SERV Supporting Artist and has donated thousands of meals’ worth to the organization.


“We are here to shine a light on slavery. No more bondage. No more sex trafficking. No more child laborers. No more, starting now.” Victoria wrote the gut-wrenching anthem “Little Girl” to give a voice to people who are victims of their circumstance.


AIS is a Not for Profit organization founded in 2001.  AIS works to improve the lives of physically and mentally challenged individuals and their families. Victoria participated in a concert to raise money for AIS in 2014.


T-OGIO is an independent Not for Profit organization that helps children with hearing loss and their families.  Victoria held her first Benefit Concert to raise money for T-OGIO in 2013.




The Clive Davis Institute is the first and only program of its kind to provide professional business and artistic training toward a BFA in Recorded Music. We aim to provide students with the necessary skills — business, creative, and intellectual — so that they might emerge as visionary creative entrepreneurs in the evolving music industry. Victoria will be attending in the fall of 2017.

Founded on the revolutionary principle that the best way to prepare students for careers in music was through the study and practice of contemporary music. Victoria was granted two full-tuition scholarships to Berklee’s 5-week performance program in 2013 and 2014.


The National YoungArts Foundation identifies and supports the next generation of artists in the visual, literary, design and performing arts; assists them at critical junctures in their educational and professional development; and raises appreciation for the arts in American society. Victoria was chosen as one of the six singer-songwriter national finalists in 2015.