Victoria Peace is passionate about helping students find unique and unconventional opportunities – both academic and extracurricular – to enhance their resumes. She believes resume building does not have to be a boring or formulaic process; many times, the most valuable experiences come from the most unexpected places. Victoria’s own career path throughout high school and college truly embodies this philosophy. Her experiences range from interning at a French archeological museum, to working as an exercise rider on a horse farm in Giza, Egypt, to serving as a gallery assistant at a leading ceramics gallery in Washington, D.C.
Victoria currently works as a consultant. She graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Art in French and Art History. During her time there, she served as a peer career counselor at the Cawley Career Center, where she assisted students in polishing their resumes, refining their professional narratives, and preparing for interviews. In her free time, she is a competitive polo player, and enjoys contributing articles to Middleburg Life, a local Virginia lifestyle publication.