Victoria (Tori) Eberlein serves as the Director for Private Sector Partnerships and Engagement for ALEC working primarily with the organization’s private sector members. Before joining ALEC, Tori worked as a Marketing Associate at the Advisory Board Company, a healthcare and higher education research and consulting firm, where she helped develop and execute strategies to increase membership. As a new arrival to Washington DC, Tori interned with the Special Events department at The Heritage Foundation.
A Colorado native, Tori graduated from the University of Colorado where she triple majored in Chinese, international affairs and economics and spent a summer studying abroad in Beijing, China. In the Fall of 2012, Tori put her studies on hold to serve as the Boulder County Regional Field Director during the presidential campaign. Throughout her college career, Tori was involved in the Conference on World Affairs, a week-long conference that brings 100+ world renowned participants to campus to speak on “everything conceivable”, and chaired the conference’s Politics and Media Subcommittee.
In her spare time, Tori enjoys yoga, snowboarding, pretending to be outdoorsy (which is expected if you’re from Colorado) and binge watching any “Real Housewives” episode.