Victoria Cerullo serves as chief of staff for Government Innovation programs at Bloomberg Philanthropies. The programs help city leaders solve their most vexing challenges through innovation, data and evidence, and collaboration. In addition to leading Bloomberg’s Data for Good Exchange, she served as strategy and engagement director for the company’s Data Analytics & Integration team, oversaw global content for the Bloomberg Intelligence research product, and led environment and sustainability programs for corporate philanthropy.
Prior to moving to the private sector, Victoria served in the Bloomberg administration as legislative representative in the Office of City Legislative Affairs, Staten Island borough director in the Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, and chief of staff to NYC Parks Commissioner, Veronica M. White. Additionally, Victoria was part of a team assembled by Mayor Bloomberg to manage Superstorm Sandy recovery.
Victoria received her MPA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. An Annadale resident, Victoria serves on the Association for a Better New York (ABNY) Young Professionals Steering Committee and as co-chair of the New York State Governor’s Living Breakwaters Citizens Advisory Committee. She has been honored on City & State’s Up and Comers list, by the St. George Theatre, Staten Island Economic Development Corporation, the Downtown Staten Island Council, as well as the Todt Hill Civic Association for her commitment to the Staten Island community.