Victoria Vesce, the former Miss Charlotte USA, is a graduate of NC State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Media Communications. Currently, she is pursuing her J.D. at Charleston School of Law in hopes of becoming a successful entrepreneur and lawyer. She currently works as a traveling auto show host for Alfa Romeo and Maserati.
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. Most recently, 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 is currently promoting her platform of Anti-Bullying that she presents to elementary schools, Boys and Girls Clubs, churches and many other events. In addition, she has been an avid supporter and fundraiser for Make-A-Wish, Relay for Life, and Susan G. Komen. Presently, Victoria is a member of the Young Professionals Society and volunteers for the Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte. Victoria was the recipient for the SpringLeaf Financial Community Service Award. Victoria is also a Big Sister/Mentor for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program of Greater Charlotte. Also, each Christmas, Victoria does a charity for the homeless and less fortunate by collecting funds to fill up stockings filled with goodies to bring joy during the Holiday Season.
Victoria has been featured in "Today's Charlotte Woman", "Charlotte Girl" and "Elevate Lifestyle" Magazines and has modeled for some of Charlotte's top designers.
In 2017, Victoria was diagnosed with multiple Paraganglioma, a brain-skull tumor and a carotid body tumor. She successfully overcame these rare tumors and wishes to inspire others by her journey to bring awareness to self-health and love.