Victoria Cobb

Mrs. Victoria Cobb serves as President of The Family Foundation of Virginia. In addition to maintaining the vision and mission of the organization, she manages all areas of operations and serves as the organization’s spokesperson. She is regularly in demand as a speaker and commentator on family issues in the media. She has been with the pro-family organization since 2000.

While at The Family Foundation, Victoria has served on Governor Bob McDonnell’s Transition Team for Health and Human Resources, Attorney General Jerry Kilgore’s Advisory Board for Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault, and Governor Jim Gilmore’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Reauthorization Advisory Group and Commission on Youth’s Workgroup on Strengthening the Family. Victoria has been named as an Honorary Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee Business Advisory Council and serves on the Advisory Board of RENEWANATION.

Victoria has a Bachelor Degree from the University of Richmond with majors in Political Science and Leadership Studies. She is oft quoted on family issues by the Associated Press, Washington Post, CNN, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the Virginian Pilot, the Washington Times and the Roanoke Times, and appears regularly on radio and television news programs. In 2007, she was named one of Richmond’s “Top 40 Under 40” by Style Weekly newspaper. Victoria, her husband Matt, who serves as the deputy secretary of health and human resources, her daughter Elizabeth Reagan and son Timothy Michael reside in Richmond.