Born in the small city of El Progreso, Honduras, Vicki grew up as an only child who learned perseverance, strength, and commitment from her hard-working mother. She moved to Atlanta, Georgia when she was 10 years old.
Vicki became fascinated with helping others and the importance the law plays in doing so. In 2016, she began her legal career working as a Court Reporter. In 2018 she transitioned to a role as a Paralegal, and in 2022 she became a Legal Trainer for the southeastern region of the United States, a role in which she trained legal assistants, paralegals, case managers, and legal staff.
Vicki graduated from Brown College of Court Reporting in Atlanta, where she studied Legal, Medical Terminology, and Court Reporting/Stenography. In 2022 she also earned a certification in education for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries from The Concussion Center.
In giving back to the local Atlanta community, Vicki has been involved with Feeding The Homeless Project, Inc., the Atlanta Community Food Bank, and the Bader Scott Foundation. She also hosted a women’s empowerment group called Influential.WMN from 2022 to 2023, which led to her being featured in Voyage ATL Magazine in June 2022.