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KCF Gala

  What if you could change a child’s life and the lives of their family for generations to come?   Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. ~ Nelson Mandela   Though...

Itafari Farewell Open House

Please RSVP to Karli@VictoriaTrabosh.com

District 7 Toastmasters Speakers Bureau

I’m so proud to announce that I was recently qualified as a District 7 Qualified Speaker! This means that I went through Tostmasters rigorous vetting process to ensure that I’m “as good as you expect!” District 7 QUALIFIED SPEAKER:...

What Makes a Hero – Featured on Oprah.com

As a driven businesswoman, Victoria Trabosh’s goal in life was to make the cover of Time. At a professional meeting in Portland, Oregon, however, she was introduced to a Rwandan woman named Rita Ngarambe. Their initial chitchat quickly turned into...

Just my little heart attack

I live a life that by all accounts is enviable. I’m passionately in love with my husband of 32 years and I’m a proud parent of four incredible adult stepchildren, seven exceptional grandchildren and I’ll soon be a great...

50 Shades of Grey v. Dead Rita’s Wisdom

It occurred to me as I read 50 Shades of Grey that MY book, Dead Rita’s Wisdom, simple words to help you live an extraordinary life had amazing similarities to the first book in EL James’ book! I thought...

The Words of A Leader – for this Independence Day and always

“You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. You cannot help the wage earner by pulling down the wage payer. You cannot further the brotherhood of man by encouraging class...

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Victoria Trabosh

Victoria Trabosh

Since 2003, I have leveraged my 40-year business career and life experience into a role as an executive coach and international speaker, author and columnist. Practicing what I preach, I have been my own agent of change during my career. It has sparked in me a passion for helping others change as well. In fact, I’ve committed my life to it.

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