Victoria Sutton

Nickname:  Vikki

Corporate America Veteran

A Life-Long Learner

MBA, Project Management

MS Psychology

Residence: Ohio

Contact:  victoriasut@gmail.com


  • Nature
  • Animals (cats especially)
  • Museums
  • Tennis
  • Reading in general, British mysteries and Shakespeare in particular
  • Old movies and television programs (Perry Mason, Hogan’s Heroes, M*A*S*H), UK programs  (Especially Inspector Morse series)
  • Christian, classical/jazz/rock and roll and old-school country music
  • Technology (I’m not a whiz-bang expert, but enjoy learning)
  • Photographing
  • Travel
  • Chess (I’m still a novice)
  • Sewing
  • Crocheting
  • Good clean fun

Easy-going personality, love of life.

Author on Amazon.com

  • “Encouraging Words for Higher Thinking” (published 2021)
  • “Basic, Effective Marketing Strategies – Bringing Value to the Organization” (published 2014)
  • “Management Handbook From A Corporate American Veteran” (published 2013)
  • “Organizational Behavior” (published 2013)
  • “Conflict Resolution: A Range of Approaches” (published 2012)
  • “The Duty to Warn Revisited” (published 2012)

4 thoughts on “About

  1. I noticed you have numerous articles that would be of interest to teens and families. We have a website, http://www.FamilyFirstAid.org, which I believe would be a great resource for your website visitors. Please check it out and consider adding us as resource to your blog list.
    Brenda W.

  2. Hi Andrea,

    I haven’t come across additional literature. The researchers may be testing to see if their hypothesis is accurate.

    ~ Vikki

  3. Hi Vikki.. regarding the Menieres article, do you have evidence that there is to be any further research? I have attempted to contact the researchers but to no avail

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