Victoria Kenny

Founder at BKB Moms and Miami Annual Schools Fair & Conference

Victoria Kenny has over 20 years experience in international business and development, education, training and gender issues in Latin America. Victoria, originally from Argentina, has been in Miami for over sixteen years where she works as Director of Miami Schools Fair and BKB Moms – both digital platforms that provide resources for parents to make informed decisions about the future of their kids. Miami Schools Fair, its LTE roundtable discussions and BKB Moms community bring together key actors to foster open information about education and community initiatives. Annually, the organization hosts the Miami Schools Fair & Educational Conference and hosts a series of roundtable discussions to create dialogue among educators and leaders working to advance learning innovation in Miami.

Before, she was Director of Content and Programs at Latin Trade and lead regional events including the BRAVO Business Awards and the Trade Americas Expo. Previously, she served as Instructor and Program Manager for the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer to Central America at Florida International
University. Her background is diverse from media to international development to education and banking. Back in Argentina she worked for international firms such as Motorola and Providian Bank Financial. Prior to that, she worked at prestigious bilingual schools and universities teaching business English and preparing for the University of Cambridge international programs.

Her current focus is on educational initiatives as well as gender issues mainly related to the development and entrepreneurial / women entrepreneurs in Latin America. She holds a Certificate in Management from CCRI in Rhode Island, a Business Degree from Universidad de Belgrano’s
Economics College and Master’s degree in Latin American Studies with specialization in International Business from Florida International University as well as online teaching credentials and a Gender Equality degree from the Ministry of Women’s Institute in Spain.


Victoria Kenny