SOLO TRAVELER, YOUTUBER, AND POKEMON GO PLAYER VICTORIA NG
The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.
In this Super U Summit Talk, Victoria Ng talks to us about how to give the middle finger to societal norms, embrace your passions, do what scares you, and live life to the fullest!
Victoria Ng is an actor based in New York City. While she was born in Brooklyn, NY, Victoria grew up in central New Jersey. She holds a BFA in Theatre from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, having studied with numerous renowned teachers such as Vincent D’Onofrio, Geoffrey Horne, and Paul Calderon. She has acted in a variety of theatre and film productions. She is currently pursuing a MA in Liberal Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. Besides acting, she loves to travel, read comic books, immerse herself in television and films, collect Pokemon and share her adventures through her YouTube channel, and, of course, is an avid pole dancing enthusiast.
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From Victoria: Try new things, pursue your passions, and BE YOURSELF! In many ways, I grew up in a sheltered environment. Some of these barriers started to break in college when I decided to pursue the arts in a family of engineers/business-minded people. But, it wasn’t until after college where the tide started to really turn. Maybe it’s all part of being in your 20s where, at least for me, I have had an unquenchable thirst for adventure that has driven me to break from the mold! Or maybe that’s just me . Either way – I am here to share my story of how I went from “too quiet” to dishing out middle fingers to societal norms! From pole dancing, to solo traveling, even to dressing how YOU feel comfortable – I am sharing my story of embracing who I am, overcoming fear, and enjoying life to the fullest!
FREE GIFT FOR YOU
Victoria’s free gift for you is a free chat about solo travel or starting something new. Connect with her in the group!
HOW TO WATCH
Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Gwendolen’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)