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Employee Spotlight: Legal Assistant Victoria Orlando

Self-Portrait by Victoria Orlando
Anyone who knows Victoria Orlando will tell you how artistic she is, but it isn’t until you see her intricate drawings and paintings that you grasp the depths of her creativity and talent. 
Art holds a special place in Victoria’s heart. She has spent hours transforming herself into different characters, though more recently expressing herself through digital drawing. 
Alongside her passion for art, Victoria has developed a keen interest in the law and legal profession, something she learned about in a Google search. 
“I was studying Criminal Justice in college, and I was unsure of what field I would like to get into,” Victoria recalled. “I was searching online for possibilities and law peaked my interest. I haven’t regretted it since!” 
A legal assistant in our West Palm Beach office, Victoria recently celebrated three years with the team at Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a bookkeeper at a family-owned lawn mower shop. This experience, though different from her current role, provided her with a strong foundation in diligence and attention to detail. 
Victoria’s family history is rich and diverse. Her mother, originally from the Philippines, moved to Queens, New York, at the age of 12, while her father was born and raised in Brooklyn. The couple met while working in Manhattan’s Jewelry District. Today, her mother is an accountant at a CPA firm, and her father continues to work as a jeweler.  
Born in Boca Raton and raised in West Palm Beach, Victoria has an older sister who lives in Pennsylvania with her two children, and another niece is on the way. At home, she enjoys the company of her two dogs, Coco and Chanel. 
“One thing I can say that motivates me is I always want to do better for myself and my family,” Victoria said. “I want to ensure that I can be happy, healthy, and successful in life so I can provide for my parents as they’ve helped me so much growing up.”   
Some fun facts about Victoria – she is one of only 10% in the world who is left-handed; she dreams of visiting Japan; she enjoys collecting unique types of purses, anime figurines and different types of crystals; she wants to learn to play the electric guitar and the last book she read was In Time by Aliza Grace, a book of poetry that focuses on self-healing. 
Guided by the mantra, “it is a blessing and a curse to feel everything so very deeply,” Victoria said she is passionate about helping other people, and in the future, she would like to volunteer with organizations focused on mental wellness. 
“I’m passionate about helping other people in many ways,” she said.

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