Victoria Gresham

National Parliamentarian

Victoria Gresham is the State Chair of the Indiana RNHA chapter established in 2021. She entered the political arena and rose through the Republican ranks first as a poll worker, elected Precinct Committeeman, District Vice-Chair, and State Delegate. Since 2013, she has held her position as Porter County Republican Party Vice-Chair and in the Spring of 2021 was elected to serve her third 4-year term. Victoria has proven to be an integral part in local campaigns including races for Circuit and Superior Court Judges, County Council and Mayoral seats. She received the 2015 Up and Coming Woman in Government award by the Indiana Influential Women of Northwest Indiana and is an alumnus of the Class of 2014 with the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series statewide leadership program, named after the late U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar. Her community involvement includes the Lions Club, the Indiana Genealogical Society, and is currently serving her 2nd term as Executive Board Secretary of the Porter County Parks Foundation. Victoria holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with dual majors in Political Science and Theology from Valparaiso University and was inducted into the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society. She pursued her graduate studies at Indiana University Northwest School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Victoria is active in music ministries, a proud wife of a United States Air Force Veteran, mother of 3 adult children, and blessed with 8 grandchildren.