Victoria serves as General Manager for Client Engagement at Biomimicry 3.8, where she works with the firm’s clients to develop bio-inspired business solutions that work with, rather than against, natural systems and processes. These solutions include land use, product design and packaging, sourcing models, built environment, brand strategy and corporate visioning. Prior to her work at Biomimicry 3.8, Victoria served as Managing Director of the Land to Market program at Savory Institute, a ground-breaking regenerative sourcing solution for food and fashion products. Early corporate partners of that program included Kering, Eileen Fisher, Nestle/Purina, Hormel, and General Mills. Earlier in her career Victoria co-founded, built and later sold Kindred Keziah Inc., a strategy and innovation consulting firm serving multinational clients and luxury brands including Dom Perignon, LVMH and Grand Marnier. A certified Biomimicry Specialist, Victoria received her B.A. from Colgate University, and her M.Sc. in Biomimicry from ASU. She serves on the Board of Visitors of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, on the Board of Advisors of Savory Institute, and as a mentor for the Techstars Sustainability Accelerator, an incubator for emerging sustainability start-ups. Victoria lives with her family in Boulder, Colorado, where she spends as much time as possible hiking and gardening in the great outdoors.