Victoria is an Associate Director for Marsh McLennan Companies, which operates at the global corporate level. She consults on topics of risk, value and strategy, working across Marsh, Mercer, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman to deliver strategic client solutions. Victoria co-leads Marsh McLennan Companies’ cross op-co cyber sector, responsible for supporting clients in cyber risk advisory and transfer solutions in order to build effective cyber resilience. Victoria is also the Corporate Lead for MMC’s Retail and Wholesale Initiative Group.
Prior to joining Marsh McLennan, Victoria was the Project Lead for the “Mitigating Risks in the Innovation Economy” project made up of the world’s leading global C-suites executives and government leaders,. The project brought together the technology, insurance and government sectors to build resilience against potentially catastrophic failures of emerging technologies, particularly as it relates to cyber. The publication of her project’s White Paper hit the New York Times, Reuters and over a dozen other Insurance, Business and Technology journals and news outlets. Her project was featured at the Annual Meeting in Davos and the Annual Meeting in Dalian as well as launching a successful press conference on technology risk in Davos between Lloyd’s CEO Inga Beale and IBM’s David Kenny.
Before joining the WEF, Victoria was a Principal at TK Consulting, leading a team of analysts in increasing the productivity of a formerly failing 3D film company to IPO. Victoria has also worked as a Senior Consultant for BAE Systems, aiding Homeland Security to develop a national preparedness strategy for natural and man-made disasters. Prior to that, Victoria spent close to three years at McKinsey & Company as an Analyst in the Insurance Practice. While at McKinsey & Company, Victoria authored numerous internal McKinsey briefs and white papers on P&C Insurance and Hurricane & Terrorism Insurance.
Victoria has been published in the World Economic Forum’s Agenda as well as in Fortune magazine and other news outlets, discussing building resilience against technologic risk exposure. Victoria is currently working on a book about the Geopolitics, Petroleum Power and the Islamic Revolution of 1979. She has been published in Harvard’s Middle East Journal, New Society as well as Islamist Watch. Victoria is a well-known speaker on government, policy, technology and risk.
Victoria holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Emory University. She holds an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics. Victoria also attended Dartmouth’s Tuck Business School Business Bridge Program.