Victoria Reaves, serves as the Abuse Intervention Coordinator, where she provides education, resources, and advocacy to support abusive partner accountability programming in the State.

Her most relevant work comes from the Texas Council on Family Violence where she served as the Family Violence Services Coordinator; providing technical assistance by responding to regional and statewide program needs through resource development and signature trainings. She was also responsible for auditing and assessing Batterer Intervention Programs for compliance and offender accountability. Through these findings she organized Tools for Transformation, a national batterer intervention and prevention conference where power, privilege, and oppression were highlighted to address how societies systems influence violence against women.

She completed her undergraduate studies at Bowie State University in Sociology. She is a mother to a beautiful daughter and enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and shopping