Vice President of Communications
Victoria Coley is the Vice President of Communications for Independent Women's Forum.
Victoria leads all communication and strategic media outreach for Independent Women's Forum. She has secured experts spotlights in national news powerhouses such as Fox News Channel, CNBC, C-SPAN, Fox Business Network, CNN, MSNBC, Joy Behar: Say Anything and has placed commentary in publications around the country including Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, NY Daily News, Denver Post, Politico, Roll Call, The Hill, U.S. News & World Report, Real Clear Politics, Tampa Tribune and more. Her deep understanding of, connection with, and passion for the media add to her success of interjecting leading experts into the news cycle.
Prior to joining IWF, Victoria served as Deputy Communications Director at Public Notice where she directed broadcast efforts for three educational campaigns and worked extensively on developing and implementing strategic communication plans.
As a regional manager at Chesapeake Bay Magazine, Victoria produced online-steaming advertising and promotional videos. Additionally, she organized company marketing events.
Victoria began her career at Fox News Channel as a producer and later also served as coordinator of the network's Washington booking unit. She landed numerous interviews with political heavyweights and newsmakers and coordinated breaking news coverage both in the bureau and in the field.
Victoria was the founding president of The Rotaract Club of Annapolis, sponsored by The Rotary Club of Annapolis, and she is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Cum Laude from Clemson University, Victoria received her bachelor's degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Media and a minor in Journalism. During her tenure as a student, Victoria served in multiple roles for the campus television network and was named a two-time All-American club lacrosse player. She resides in Maryland with her husband.