Victoria grew up in a small northern Michigan town alongside Lake Huron and went on to earn her B.A. in International Studies from the University of Michigan. She was a proud student of the Residential College language program, which taught her to fight for what she believes in through both the Spanish and French languages. Before coming to the Florence Project, she worked with the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, Justice for Our Neighbors of Southeastern Michigan, and the International Rescue Committee in Sacramento. In Argentina, she volunteered with the educational programs of Fundación Pilares while completing a semester of law and social work classes at the Universidad de Buenos Aires and the Universidad Torcuato di Tella. Since she is new to Tucson, Victoria is very excited to continue exploring all of the amazing food and hiking the area has to offer.