Victoria Rose Gorby was born in Bridgeport, West Virginia and raised by Dr. Bruce and Susie Gorby, a family physician and science teacher, respectively. Victoria’s parents taught her the value of working hard and helping other people, which has helped shape her career path. Victoria graduated Cum Laude from West Virginia Wesleyan College with degrees in Chemistry, Biology, and Philosophy. While at Wesleyan, Victoria was a member of the Lady Bobcat Golf team, a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, and Philanthropy Chair for the Alpha Xi Delta sorority, where she was heavily involved with the autism advocacy organization, Autism Speaks.
Upon graduation, Victoria moved to Charleston, SC to attend the Charleston School of Law. In law school, she served as a student ambassador and Orientation Chair. Victoria’s passion for helping others can be seen through her volunteer work at the Domestic Violence Clinic, the Charleston County Adult Guardianship Assistance and Monitoring Program, as well as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, which provides free income tax returns to hardworking taxpayers.
Soon after getting sworn into the South Carolina Bar, she came to work for George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers to help with their Veterans Disability Law practice. As the proud granddaughter of Bronze Star recipient, U.S. Army Master Sergeant Kenneth L. Gorby, she feels extremely fortunate to be able to help veterans just like him get the disability payments they deserve. In her spare time, she loves relaxing on the beach, reading books, and enjoying the sights and tastes of Charleston. She also enjoys playing with her Boston Terrier, Maya, and being a role model for her little sister, Sophia.
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