- Level II, Art History
- Major: Art of Modern Latin America, Racialized Representations of Indigenous Peoples
- Minor: Art of the Ancient Americas
- M.A., Art History, University of Houston
- B.A., Art History, University of Houston
Victoria currently teaches survey courses at Brooklyn College and holds a Spring Research Fellowship at the National Museum of the American Latino for pre-dissertation research that will examine acts of artistic and ritual-based resistance among Mexican Indigenous populations between 1890 and 1950. Victoria recently completed the Latino Museum Studies Program fellowship at the National Museum of the American Latino. During the fellowship she aided in the Curator of Philanthropy with three forthcoming rotations on Latino philanthropy for the exhibition "Giving in America" at the National Museum of American History. Victoria holds an M.A. and BA in Art History from the University of Houston. Her master’s thesis examined the "Mayanization" of figures in Modern Mexican art while her BA thesis analyzed mass reproduction of ceremonial flasks in the Late Classic Maya.