Victoria Petro

VictoriaPetro-Eschler.jpgVictoria Petro has a passion for fostering positive social change and using the opportunities presented to us to encourage positive outcomes for all people. Prior to living in Salt Lake City, Victoria earned a bachelor’s in music therapy at East Carolina University, studied Musicology at Brandeis University, and earned a master’s degree in International Studies with an emphasis on Non-profit Management and Public Policy from North Carolina State University. Since then, she has worked for several non-profits and as a Diversity Consultant. Her work as a consultant focused on actionable strategies to address inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA) in many different settings.

As the Executive Director for Salty Cricket, a non-profit dedicated to building community through music-based activities, she encouraged sustainable and strategic development for young and diverse communities. She also served on the Historic Landmark Commission, the Utahns for Culture and Cultural Alliance Boards in 2020, and as the 2019 Salt Lake City Deedee Corradini Emerging Leader award winner.

Victoria is mother to 4 - 3 school aged children and 1 adult. She serves on the Salt Lake City Council as the representative for District 1 - the Northwest Quadrant of Salt Lake City, which she knows to be the coolest place to live in all of Utah.