Victoria started her career as a venture capitalist, investing in early-stage high growth technology companies. Her first investment—of less than $1 million—generated a $40 million return when the company was sold to Twitter one year after it launched. She introduced the two serial entrepreneurs, Wayne Chang and Jeff Seibert who went on to co-found Crashlytics, a software company that has since been integrated into over one million apps. Victoria became one of their first investors, returning more than 20x her investment when the company was acquired by Twitter in 2013. In addition to Crashlytics, she’s helped companies like Tracelytics, Omni, Raden, Shine, and Parachute Home successfully establish and grow their brands. Her continued success earned her a spot on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for her industry.