About

Victoria Taylo
Boston, MA

Bio: I used to want to be a psychologist, until my mom warned me they're all crazy. So now I study marketing and public relations. It turns out they're pretty crazy, too -- just in a different way. I blog about marketing/PR and tech, and I geek out about brilliant campaigns and new technology. At times my interest in psychology creeps up and finds its way into a post here or there. But most times I blog about things I know nothing about. It's a skill, really. I come from a family of artists and creative minds, and in kindergarten I discovered I shared those traits when my teacher hoped to convince my parents that my finger-painting art would sell. It still hangs in my New Jersey home today. I am most proud of being a leader. During my time at Boston University, I was the president of the country's oldest student-run public relations agency, PRLab, where I oversaw all client-agency relationships and the success of the agency as a whole. I've taken on leadership positions all my life in internships, clubs, and other extracurriculars. I am a curious person, and I make it a point to learn something new every day. I owe that to myself. The few things I love most in this world: my family, friends, New Jersey, legos, the ocean, bagels, and my fish Raekwon. Favorite quote: "Keep your heels, head, and standards high." I encourage and appreciate any and all feedback 🙂

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  1. Really feel like I know you through this eccentric and quirky bio! Have been following you for a while and love everything you post. Can’t wait to see where this blog goes in the future!

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