Victoria is an author, minister and television host. She has written several books which
include Distinguished Oklahomans, Movers and Shakers, Coweta, Oklahoma’s First 100
Years, Shattered Dreams and Broken Hearts, Unforgettable Grady, Amazing Grace and The
Letter Safari and her most recent "A Way Out".
She is a former owner of a greeting card company that distributed cards throughout the
United States and Canada.
Her passion is to help individuals restore their self-image, which has been damaged through
recurring verbal, physical and sexual abuses. Over twenty years of preparation went into her
latest book “A Way Out”, which deals with the effects of abuse and the path to restoration.
She was awarded the Merit Award from Unique Writing Publications out of England.
Victoria believes "It’s Never Too Late to Restore Your Self Image"
Jim Stovall, President - The Narrative Television Network states, “Victoria offers an
encouraging message of overcoming adversity and creating victory in your life. This is not
merely a theory for Victoria but instead, something she has lived out every day. Victoria
writes and speaks about what we all feel.”
In 2003 she was awarded the Magee-Stovall Professional Speaker Award, which is part of the
Oklahoma Speakers Association. She later served on the board of the Oklahoma Speakers
Association and for a time held membership in the National Speakers Association.
She is a former advisory board member for The Bair Foundation, a Christian Foster Care
organization based out of Pennsylvania – with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
She’s had numerous articles written about her in newspapers across Oklahoma for her unique
ability to capture the hearts of those she’s profiled in her “Distinguished Oklahomans” book,
as well as her Tulsa book titled, “Movers and Shakers.”
She has captured listeners on Radio programs throughout the area. Newspaper journalist
and radio host Terrell Lester once wrote about Victoria, “Heard you on KQLL-KOOL. After
listening to you on air, I keep asking myself, “what am I doing here?”Victoria is an author,
professional speaker and ordained minister and television host. She has written several
books which include Distinguished Oklahomans, Movers and Shakers, Coweta, Oklahoma’s
First 100 Years, Shattered Dreams and Broken Hearts, Unforgettable Grady, Amazing Grace
and The Letter Safari and her most recent "A Way Out".
Making It Happen TV began in January 2009 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The purpose of the show has always been to inspire and encourage others to pursue their
gifts and talents. So often we settle for mediocrity in our lives and yet God has a plan that far
surpasses anything we can think or ask if we will just believe that we deserve it.
Victoria's guests include actors, authors, comedians, singers, musicians, entrepreneurs and
others who are making it happen.
Making It Happen received the 2010 and 2011 Media Award from the Texas Agapefest
Organization because of her efforts to promote singers and musicians who have graced her
The show was also nominated in the Top 5 for the Christian Voice Magazine out of Pigeon
Forge, Tennessee in 2010.