Victoria Elena Nones is an entrepreneur, comedian, and dog mom who is just...too...much. She loves glitter, gawdy earrings, loud lipstick, and narrates her life through song.
Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Buzzfeed, NY Magazine, ELLE Magazine, CBS, PBS, NBC, Jezebel, and Timeout including others. In addition, Victoria is regularly invited to be a speaker and workshop leader at places such as the Yale Women In Leadership Conference, Caterpillar, Accenture, 1871, IHCC, Pace University and more.
As a "comedypreneur" she fuses decades in entertainment, entrepreneurship, and comedy acumen to consult and educate others. Her tech platform Satira enables comedy institutions do to the same. Her non profit Women In Comedy empowers, connects, and advocates gender parity for women and girls in the comedy industry.
You can find her being "too much" on instagram @victoriaenones
From My Brain
If you're wanting to learn about entrepreneurship or funny business - you've come to the right place. Feel free to browse Victoria's content and we hope it helps you! Checkout the podcast she co-hosts called "Outrageous Entrepreneurship" with Co Founder of The Onion, Scott Dikkers.
More content coming soon!