Victoria Shiroma Wilson
San Francisco | CA
MA | Santa Clara University
MA | University of Pennsylvania
BA | University of Wisconsin | Madison
Coaches Training Institute | Co-Active Coach Training
GlobeSmart Leadership Assessment
The Bridgespan Group, HotelTonight, Trulia, Harvard Business School, SK Planet, The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, The Hewlett Foundation, Stanford University, The World Wildlife Fund, University of California, Santa Barbara, Duke University, Lending Club, Expedia
Understanding our world through different cultural lenses, the first step in a long walk, the communities that connect us and a blue-green tropical ocean.
Victoria partners with leaders on topics at the intersection of global leadership and career empowerment. She brings a collaborative and action-oriented style that empowers leaders to increase productivity, morale and effectiveness across their global teams through cultural dexterity.
As a career development professional, Victoria is a big-picture visionary who helps clients take a holistic view of their professional path and is known for being a career reinvention strategist for leaders looking to make a transformative career change. In addition, Victoria helps clients from diverse cultural backgrounds see their career decisions positively through their unique cultural lens.
Victoria started her career in Silicon Valley in the world of fast-paced start-ups, managing strategic partnership programs for global technology organizations. A career epiphany led her to discover her passion for working with people to define and attain their leadership and career goals. In addition to a decade of experience as a leadership coach and manager of global career development initiatives at Santa Clara University and Google, Victoria partners with organizations to build out customized career development programs for their employees.
Victoria was born and raised in Japan and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children. She enjoys speed-walking marathons and uses walking as a way to explore international destinations.