Victoria started at Cacapon Institute in October of 2020 as the Watershed Education Coordinator. She manages and organizes Cacapon Institute’s Potomac Headwaters Leaders of Watersheds (PHLOW) program which provides environmental education and stormwater management. Additionally, she is working on an initiative to provide more Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs) to West Virginia. She has a BA in Environmental Studies from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and previously worked for the Annapolis Maritime Museum as an educator for their summer camps and year-round youth program, Box of Rain. She enjoys gardening, kayaking, and spending time with her Australian Shepherd. She currently lives in Falling Waters, West Virginia.