After spending several years working with physicians, researchers and executives in the Texas Medical Center, Victor is used to pulling big ideas out of the clouds and getting them down on paper. As a project manager at Houston Methodist Hospital, Victor helped to develop the initial plans for the hospital’s $500 million centennial campaign. After becoming a major gifts officer, Victor helped create and lead multi-million dollar initiatives at Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Texas Health Science Center to support patient care, medical student scholarships, research projects, clinical trials, capital needs and endowed positions.
An analytical thinker and self-described fixer, Victor enjoys tackling complex situations for his clients and providing them with simple and actionable solutions. His goal is to help every organization create and utilize its own culture of philanthropy to better serve its constituents.
Victor is a graduate of Rice University where he was also a member of the varsity football team. Since graduating, he has served as co-chair of his five- and 10-year reunion committees, where he helped raise six-figure class gifts for each reunion year. He is a member of the Rice Annual Fund Steering Committee, which helps Rice raise philanthropic support for incoming students and future alumni. In 2020, Victor received the Builder’s Award, which honors young alumni who have made outstanding voluntary contributions to Rice since graduation.