Victoria Sanderson is a proud generalist. She’s been a Rhet/Comp and Creative Writing Instructor and Oregon State University, an English Language teacher in Donghae-si, South Korea, a Media Specialist for the Western Arctic National Parklands, a Project Leader for the NOAA Gulf Corps in Mobile, Alabama, a Conservation Crew Leader at Voyageurs National Park, and a high school English Teacher in Central Florida . She holds a BA in English from Florida State University, a MFA in Creative Writing from Oregon State University, and a Chainsaw Certification from the arborist Gary Ickes. Because she can draw from these diverse working experiences, and extensive travel experience, Victoria is highly adaptable to new positions and assignments.
Examples of Victoria’s written work can be found under the “My Work” heading of this website, including pieces published in Mental Floss, The Smart Set, and Deep South Magazine.
*Victoria knows almost all of the lines from John Ford’s 1953 melodrama Mogambo, which is reason enough to work with her.