Victoria Velazquez


Victoria Velazquez is a manager and producer who specializes in branding and marketing for music, theater, and film projects. She graduated from New York University with a BFA, and Berklee College of Music with a MA. 

After graduating from New York University, Victoria co-founded Women of Color on Broadway (WOCoB). Women of Color on Broadway is a nonprofit organization with a mission to uplift women of African, Latin, Asian, and Indigenous descent through musical theater. WOCoB's organization aims to create credible employment opportunities for women of color; create accessible theater experiences for low-income families; and, create affordable arts education programs for girls from historically marginalized groups. As a nonprofit that was launched with limited funds, Victoria used her music business and marketing knowledge to fund the organization’s projects through strategic partnerships and corporate sponsorships. While studying at Berklee College of Music, she closed brand deals with companies like MAC Cosmetics,, and PBS to produce events at historic venues like Feinstein’s/54 Below, Minton’s Playhouse, and The Great Hall at The Cooper Union. Through their shows, WOCoB mentored 20 students, hired 50 women of color, sold 1500 seats, and accumulated over 100,000 online views. 

Victoria's success with producing WOCoB's programs encouraged her to venture into other fields within the entertainment industry. In 2021, Victoria Velazquez was appointed Lead Manager/Producer of her family business, V Productions & Management (VPM). 

V Productions & Management is an entertainment company that represents artists and produces music, theater, and film projects. Under Victoria’s leadership, the company has expanded its services to artists management, record distribution, publishing administration, business strategy, brand development, custom events, strategic partnerships, and corporate sponsorships. As VPM’s Lead Manager and Producer, Victoria plans to expose, educate, and elevate emerging artists from her hometown, Jersey City, NJ, during its artistic renaissance.