Victoria’s dance training began at the age of three and she began competitive dance training just a few years later. For 12 years she competed at regional and national levels. During her time at Rancho Bernardo High School, Victoria was a member of the Tour De Force Varsity Dance team all four years, and a member of the Competition Dance Team, winning regional, national, and international awards as a team member as well as a soloist.
In her later years of high school, Victoria trained with Unity Dance Ensemble under the direction of Emmy Award winning choreographer, Tessandra Chavez. While completing her Bachelor’s degree in Sociocultural Anthropology and minor in Dance at UC San Diego, she added to her dance training as a member of the national award winning DanceSport Competitive Latin Ballroom Team under the direction of Peter Edwards. When completing her degree in dance at UCSD, she trained in everything from classical ballet, to West African, to a plethora of traditional East Asian styles, and has now trained in over 30 global dance styles. After graduating from UCSD, Victoria trained as a scholarship student at Academy of Performing Arts, San Diego.
Victoria has been featured as a national competition judge on the internationally popularized Lifetime Television Network show, Dance Moms. As a national award-winning choreographer and instructor, Victoria has taught and choreographed for the City Ballet School, Dehesa Charter School, Del Norte High School among others. She currently trains mainly competitive as well as pre-professional dancers and is a highly desired resident and guest instructor, coach, and, choreographer at many studios in Southern California.
As the founder and CEO of IMC International (Infinity Movement Collective), Victoria has created a variety of products and services dedicated to turning passion towards training into personal development for the performing arts community at large, as well as resources for multi-discipline use.