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About Victoria

Victoria Waterman has made a life-long career of advancing women and empowering girls. Her Talk “Today's Girls are Tomorrow's Leaders” and related news articles have been seen by thousands of viewers. Born in Rhode Island and growing up in an immigrant, bilingual, multi-generational home with survivors of the Armenian Genocide has shaped the storyteller she has become.

Victoria’s dream of writing a historic fiction novel about her family’s survival and immigration to the United States became a goal when she found flowers at the gravesite of her aunt for whom she was named. Her Aunt Vicky didn’t have children and has been deceased since 1963. Solving for this mystery has been an intensive research project and will be revealed in her debut novel being released next year. 


Photo Credit: TEDxNatick / Leah LaRiccia Photography

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