Around the office, you’re known for: I am a bit of a colored pen collector, everything needs to be color coordinated. When I bust out my pen caddy, consisting of 6 cups, it hardly goes unnoticed, LOL!
Meeting or event experience you’ll never forget: My first week with Fulton Alley was a massive block party on the street with the surrounding businesses for Miller Lite. There were 3,000+ attendees, everything branded Miller Lite and additional names under their umbrella, and Luke Bryan was even the headliner! Considering this was literally day 5 on the job, I needed to find a balance to not push or sound bossy to the staff (bartenders, servers, support etc.) but also find a balance of creating a respectful authoritative place for myself. Not to mention the consistent flow of 3,000+ people and all the logistics that go into an event! This was the moment I fell in love with large, corporate, out of this world corporate events!
The one New Orleans secret I’m willing to share… In Uptown New Orleans, right outside The Audubon Zoo and The Fly, there is a hidden labyrinth. Not many know unless you frequent The Fly and Carrolton Park because you pass this on your way out. This was donated by Dian Coleman Winingder after her father, Mr. Coleman, passed away. The Coleman’s are a well-known “blue blood” family in the city; I have also had the pleasure to know a few members of this family tree. This is the city’s first permanent labyrinth. I often visits and walk the intricate maze when I need to think or take a personal moment to myself; it takes 5 minutes to complete, and I always leave in a calming mood.
Victoria Cambise is born and bred a New Orleans native. Attending Ursuline Academy for high school, followed by Loyola University New Orleans where she graduated in 2013 with a double major in Management and Marketing.
The event world is no stranger to Victoria as her mother is one of New Orleans elite wedding planners. Victoria’s career started in a local boutique as the Omni Channel Liaison but quickly progressed into the event world as Events & Operations Manager at Fulton Alley. Victoria’s career has always been heavy background in operations, planning and client communications. A new twist and opportunity when she joined ACCESS DMC as Sales Manager that then lead to another sales position with Event Producer an AV Production Company.
New Orleans culture means a lot to Victoria; her love for Jazz Fest and festivals, the local cuisine and spirits, Mardi Gras as she was the 82nd Queen of the Krewe of Mid-City in 2015, and anything that says Nawlins!
Victoria is married with a fur baby named Tig and enjoys bike rides, shopping, hosting dinner parties, music and brunching with her husband and friends on the weekends.