Victoria DeHart Vesce, now based in Miami, Florida, is a graduate of NC State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Media Communications and has obtained her Juris Doctorate from Charleston School of Law. She currently works with Berman Law Group in South Florida and continues to model and grow her social media platform. She is signed model with JL Model Managment and Marilyn's Agency.
Victoria has been featured in "Today's Charlotte Woman", "Charlotte Girl" and "Elevate Lifestyle" Magazines and has modeled for some of top designers all over the world from catalogue shoots to NYFW to Miami Swim Week.
She recently became a Sports Illustrated Swim Search Finalist and will be featured in the 2022 Sports Illustrated Swim Magazine Launch!
She has and continues to travel with Monster Energy Girls being in the spotlight working with NASCAR, Supercross, Festivals, and more!
A Deeper Dive:
At NCSU, she was a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and the National Honor Society. She has also been a member of the Equestrian Club, and a former NHL Cheerleader for the Carolina Hurricanes. Victoria was an inaugural member of the Charlotte Hornets NBA dance team, The Honey Bees. She completed three years with the team. She has had the opportunity to dance at NBA Global Games in China, as well as, performed at the 2016 Olympics in Rio De Janeiro.
Victoria was a Staff Writer for the NCSU student newspaper "The Technician"and was a sports writer for Baseball Life. In addition to her busy schedule, she interned with Coach Gottfried of NC State University's Wolfpack Men's Basketball Team interviewing for CoachGott.com and co-hosted a segment on ESPN Upstate Radio.
In 2014, using her athletic prowess, Victoria starred as superhero Athena in full length feature film called Athena Goddess of War. She performed all of her own stunts. The film was released January 1, 2015.
Victoria is heavily involved in community service and volunteers on a regular basis. She does a lot of work with the National Brain Tumor Society who helped her immensely during her radiation treatments at Duke Cancer Institute.
In 2017, Victoria was diagnosed with multiple Paraganglioma, a brain-skull tumor and a carotid body tumor. She voluntarily participated in a study for Duke University Hospital during her time that has helped more patients over the years overcome rare tumors and do the special kind of pin point radiation that she did!
In 2021, Victoria's mom tragically passed away leaving her with more unfettered trauma. Now, she uses her platform to speak openly about grief and mental health.
Victoria wishes to inspire others by her journey to bring awareness to self-health and love. She hopes to leave a legacy of being yourself in a world that wants you to change so much.