Victoria Steele is a lifelong activist, a former Arizona State Representative, Professional Counselor, Personal Life Coach, and currently an Arizona State Senate Candidate. In her first two terms in office Victoria authored and passed legislation for Mental Health First Aid and a bill to help victims of child sex-trafficking.

Before entering the world of politics, Victoria was a Master’s level Licensed Professional Counselor helping women struggling with trauma and addiction. As a Seneca/Mingo (Native American) she created a first of its kind, award-winning substance abuse treatment model for indigenous women in residential treatment.
Victoria Steele also enjoyed a 25-year career in radio and television news. During her journalism career she was sexually harassed and discriminated against but refused to be a victim. Dedicated to making positive social change, she continues to work to inspire people and influence public decision makers to make positive change in the world.
Victoria Steele is an accomplished and sought-after keynote speaker, teacher, and trainer experienced in presenting on Native American culture, empowering women to lead and a variety of public policy issues such as pay equity, paid family leave, eliminating gun violence, and child safety. Victoria is also the co-founder of the Tucson Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW).
The Steele Report
Relevant, On Topic, Powerful. An insider's take on news & politics. Victoria Steele covers the hottest news with a progressive slant. Victoria has been elected to the State Senate, she has a Master's Degree in Counseling, she's a Life Coach and a sought-after Keynote Speaker.