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Victoria Herbert is a humorist and philanthropist, and she is currently the host of the YouTube talk show All that Buzz with Victoria, on the arts, culture, and many environmental issues.
She is the creator and executive producer of Exiled Out East, a comedy series, and she is co-producing the documentary, Wakaliwood, about the Hollywood of Uganda’s Ghettos, the birthplace of over-the-top, no budget action movies.
Other projects she has co-produced include an indie film Poughkeepsie, the story of an Alzheimer’s victim and his past life, Play Date, a short, about a little girl discovering a homeless woman in her backyard and invites her inside to play, and Growing Farmers, a documentary film by Michael Halsband, that looks at affordable farmland and the future farmers that are leaving their desk jobs.
Victoria is the executive producer for the feature Chez Upshaw, starring Kevin Pollack and Ileana Douglas.
Previously, she was CEO and business development strategist of Chromacity.com, Inc., an online entertainment division of Pantone, the global color communications company, and the director of strategic projects for the Pantone COLORTEAM, a unique division offering color validation and recommendations for product development concepts.
Victoria got her B.A. at Arizona State University and continued her education at various schools, such as NYU Performing Arts, School of Visual Arts, Parsons, New School and Pratt University. She is a member of a number of professional and artistic organizations. Her diversified background includes experience in business, entertainment, and design.
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Richard Herbert, $200.00
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Rachel Vancelette, $100.00
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