I’m Victoria Estrella Worch
In between advising Biology and Chemistry majors at Dominican University of California, leading the Novato Chamber of Commerce Leadership Novato program, making trips to the park with my fun twin daughters and my amazing son, and watching Chef Ramsay with my video game designer husband Matthias Worch, I write. I write about my experience of going from 1 to 3 children. Of going from being a working mom to a stay-at-home parent, to recently returning to work part-time. I love doing interviews with other twin parents, stay-at-home parents, student affairs professionals, and college students.
I carry with me a 13 year history of working in the field of community college student affairs. Before my two year old twin daughters were born, I was the Student Life and Leadership Manager at Cañada College and Coordinator of Student Life at Napa Valley College.
Along with writing peices for my own blog, I wrote for twiniversity.com and Multiplicity Magazine. I have a Masters in Education in College Student Affairs from Azusa Pacific University and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies from Sonoma State University. I’m a recent graduate of the 2015 Novato Chamber Leadership Class and volunteer to co[coordinate Mom’s Night Outs for the Marin Parents of Multiples Club. What fuels me is country music, yoga, & hiking with my family.
About my blog: I started my blog as part of a College Student Affairs graduate course back in September 2006. I was asked to show a list of references related to higher education. Once I got the assignment organized, I incorporated the blog part and it took off. Also, as part of my graduate program, I had to complete an online portfolio capstone project. My blog became the place to launch my capstone.
Fast forward to today and you will find my writing has taken off.
-BLOG: My blog where I write about my experience of going from 1 to 3 children, and the amazing things Student Affairs professionals do on university and colleges campuses. I also like to share tips for transfer students.
-PORTFOLIO: My portfolio is the place where I highlight projects from my work, along with my resume, published work, and student testimonials.
-New moms and new parents of multiples
-Professionals in Student Affairs
-Freshmen and Transfer students
-Family and friends
I hope you gain something from my writings and if you see something you like that you would like to publish, please contact me. I would love to work with you. My email is email@example.com. I’m also on Twitter @cafevic.
Special thank you to my editors Robyn Tornay and Matthias Worch for helping make this happen.
Thank you for stopping by!