Victoria E. Adams currently serves as the Vice President of CFC Administration for Global Impact. As a member of the Executive Team, she provides strategic direction to the organization’s campaign management and fundraising efforts. Adams is responsible for the organization’s administration and presence within the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) workspace locally and nationally. Adams leads the strategic planning and implementation of the national marketing efforts for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and five other CFC zones across the United States, including the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) and the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas (CFC-O). Adams is also responsible for identifying opportunities for increasing Global Impact’s CFC footprint through partnerships, strategic alliances and campaign management within the changing government regulations.
Adams joined Global Impact in 2010 as the Executive Director for the CFC-O. Prior to joining Global Impact, she spent 11 years at ChildFund International managing the development and implementation of new strategic program initiatives in 34 developing countries and serving as U.S. Program Director, providing leadership and guidance to CCF U.S. Area Program Offices and 22 program sites throughout the United States. Adams established extensive Department of Defense experience during her 11-year tenure with the American Red Cross serving as Station Manager on various military installations. Additional professional engagements include working with the Girl Scouts in Dallas, Texas, and Baltimore, Maryland, as well as working with the Mashantucket Peqout Tribal Nation where she trained supervisors, managers, directors and future tribal leaders in management best practices.
Adams has traveled and worked extensively throughout Latin America, Asia and Africa. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Black Hills State University and a Master of Business Administration from Strayer University. Adams was born in Okinawa, Japan and reared as a military dependent. She calls Rapid City, South Dakota, home, and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia.