Victoria Silecchia

Victoria Silecchia
VP Marketing

With experience working in a startup, nonprofit and large corporation, Victoria brings a diverse skill set to the Zola Media team.

Her history with Zola Media is a long one: Victoria was one of Zola Creative’s first employees, joining the company over ten years ago. In 2015, she took a short hiatus from Zola Media, but missing the talent teamed, incredible clients and the company’s commitment to innovation, she couldn’t stay away for long. She rejoined the Zola Media team in 2019 as the VP of Marketing.

Victoria is a proud alumna of Smith College and is actively involved in a number of local nonprofits dedicated to animal rescue and welfare.

  • What makes someone successful in a role like yours?
    Creativity, a deep respect for data and the ability to keep the bigger picture in-mind, even when you’re in the trenches of the day-to-day.
  • What is your favorite part of your job?
    I love getting to work with all of the different teams at Zola Media. From the creative side of things with our super talented designers and search specialists to our brilliant developers who help to make Suite dynamic and cutting-edge. They all have so much passion and telling their stories, and the story of the company we’ve all built together, is a responsibility I really cherish.
  • Describe yourself in 3 adjectives.
    Adventurous. Driven. Loyal.
  • What did you want to grow up to be as a kid?
    A sports attorney. That obviously didn’t pan out, but I’ve had the opportunity to work with a few awesome sports attorneys during my time at Zola.
  • If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?
    On a safari in Kruger Park, South Africa. I am happiest when I’m surrounded by animals and nature. I would live there if I could!
  • What is your favorite quote?
    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.”