Victoria Lenoci has played competitive sports since childhood and has played with Philadelphia Adult League Softball (PALS) since its founding in 2012. She helped to fundraise for and participated in the first ever PALS service trip to Belize and is a regular volunteer in the organization’s charitable activities.
Victoria is originally from southern New Jersey and obtained her bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Rowan University. She moved to Philadelphia in 2007, where she currently owns a home with her partner, Neil. She is an avid volunteer with the East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association in South Philly, participating in tree plantings and street cleanups, and recently joined the civic board as co-chair of the Beautification committee and the Tree Tender program.
Victoria has worked for the City of Philadelphia Water Department since 2008, and is currently the Development Services Unit Director. She has experience in water resources, environmental regulation and policy, and outreach communications. She holds a Green Associate accreditation in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a Leadership Philadelphia alumni, and is certified in Adult First Aid/CPR/AED and Adult Mental Health First Aid. She is a passionate environmentalist and advocate for a clean and livable Philadelphia for all its residents. Victoria enjoys playing sports, hiking, traveling, and snuggling with her siamese cat, Chewbacca.