Victoria Pelletier is the National Partnerships Manager at RepresentWomen, focusing on building and sustaining relationships with partners focused on women’s representation and/or democracy solutions. She is also serving her first term as a Portland, Maine City Councilor, and is the second Black woman in her city’s history that has been elected to this seat. She specializes in racial equity, community engagement, and pushes for intersectionality in all levels of government.
Prior to joining RepresentWomen, Victoria worked at Portland Empowered, amplifying the voices of the Global Majority as they influenced the policies within Portland Public Schools. Victoria also worked as a racial equity project manager for a local government agency, where she collaborated with over 30 Maine cities and towns and helped to foster social change within their municipalities.
Victoria is passionate about dismantling structures of oppression and leading her community towards authentic policy change. When she’s not working on RepresentWomen partnerships, you can find her listening to Beyonce’s Renaissance, and pursuing all aspects of Black joy.