Victoria Loustalot* is an Engagement Strategist, Author, and Speaker with more than a decade of digital media, publishing, and SEO, UX, and AR data strategy experience. She has been fortunate enough to be a member of groundbreaking teams at Twitter, Condé Nast's, NBC's, and Preston Bailey Designs',

In addition, Victoria has been a speaker, teacher, and mentor to aspiring tech content strategists, journalists, and creative writers since 2009. She has taught seminars and undergraduate writing classes at Columbia University in New York City as well as workshops at the University of Arizona, Tucson. 

Her essays and articles have been published in the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, the Onion, the New Yorker's website, and many other print and online publications. Her writing has also been acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Thomas J. Watson Library as well as Yale University's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. She earned her BA and then her MFA from Columbia University in New York City and is the author of three nonfiction books that have been published in both America and abroad: Future Perfect: A Skeptic's Search for an Honest Mystic, the memoir This Is How You Say Goodbye, and Living Like Audrey, a meditation on the life and career of Audrey Hepburn.

*Surname Pronunciation: (LOO – STA – LOW)