Victoria Smith, Institute Manager, came to the Neukom Institute in May, 2007, after six years managing the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Dartmouth Medical School. A business major in college, she is also the grants manager and is responsible for the day-to-day operations and fiscal management of the Institute along with implementation of all programming and curricula. Victoria also serves as Moderator for the Town of Grantham, NH, where she lives.
Prior to coming to Dartmouth, Victoria was a pioneer of technology television programming. In 1983, she recognized television’s potential for exchanging information between the infant computer industry and the eager but intimidated end users. She was the creator, producer and host of the award winning program “The Computer Show,” which aired nationally in syndication and she was voted one of the 100 most influential people in the computer industry by Micro Times magazine. Victoria also produced and hosted “PCTV” and "MacTV," seen internationally on public and broadcast stations. A free-lance reviewer and feature writer, she was a regular contributor for many of the leading computer magazines including PC World, Small Business Computing, Home Office Computing, Forbes Small Business, Working Woman, and C/Net Online.
Last Updated: 1/14/11