Victoria Maxwell (Vice President) was a theatre and film producer in New York City for over 20 years. She is a two-time Tony nominee and producer of a Pulitzer prize-winning play. Her credits include Damn Yankees starring Bebe Neuwirth and Victor Garber and later Jerry Lewis in his Broadway debut (Tony nominee for Best Musical Revival); Bells Are Ringing starring Faith Prince (Tony nominee for Best Musical Revival); Dinner with Friends (Pulitzer Prize Winner for Best New Play); the movie The Lipstick Camera starring Brian Wimmer and Sandahl Bergman; and Jeffrey the movie starring Patrick Stewart, Steven Weber, Sigourney Weaver and Nathan Lane. For seven years she was the Creative Consultant to the Stamford Center for the Arts where she created the annual Fringe Festival for New Plays and she has been the keynote speaker and judge for the Stanley Drama Awards at Wagner College. Victoria worked as Account Supervisor at Russek Advertising, an agency specializing in theatre and dance, working with clients Lincoln Center Theatre, the Joyce Theatre and the Trisha Brown Dance Company. Recently she has been pursuing her interests in fashion, fine arts and her beloved Pilates. A born and bred New Yorker, Victoria and her husband, William Plon, are new residents in Colorado.