Victoria Michael is the founder of VM Public Relations, a full-service public relations company, which she started in October 2001. VM Public Relations addresses the needs of a wide-range of clients in the restaurant, hospitality, corporate, retail, sports, entertainment and non-profit industries. Victoria has successfully managed new restaurant and retail launches, developed marketing and public relations strategies for high-profile individuals and corporations and organized special events for many charities. She is recognized for her strong networking skills, ability to establish meaningful client partnerships and talent for defining
and publicizing the most important elements of a client’s enterprise.
Victoria is actively involved in developing public relations campaigns for local and national charitable organizations. She is sought after by
high-profile organizations because of her proven marketing and public
relations methods. The efforts of VM Public Relations have afforded clients recognition in the New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times, Elle, Lucky, In Style, Gourmet, Food and Wine, Travel and Leisure, Vanity Fair and Town and Country, to name a few.
Prior to starting her own firm, Victoria was the Associate Publisher of The Georgetowner, one of Washington, D.C.‘s oldest publications. During her tenure at the paper, she doubled the circulation and increased advertising revenues by fifty percent. She continues to maintain a close working relationship with this influential local publication as well as other local and national media outlets. She is also one of the owner’s of Lincoln Restaurant in downtown Washington, DC and hopes to open more restaurants soon…stay tuned.