MasterPeace Solutions is pleased to announce that Victoria Eagles, Principal Intelligence Community Career Agent, has been named to Baltimore Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list for her leadership and commitment to her chosen field of work. Eagles was selected from over hundreds of nominees using the high-bar set by the BBJ’s editorial staff for recognition. Those who were named winners have achieved personal career success, dedicated their work and organizations to solving community problems through nonprofits, and have pushed themselves and those around them to improve the Greater Baltimore region as a whole.
“I am extremely grateful to be included on BBJ’s annual list of 40 Under 40 among so many impactful people across the region,” says Eagles. “It is a pleasure and a privilege to work for a company like MasterPeace that values and promotes the achievements and strengths of all team members, including celebrating diversity and inclusion across the board. I look forward to seeing what our team will accomplish throughout the rest of 2020.”
Having worked at MasterPeace for nearly four years, Victoria is recognized and highly praised for positively contributing to the company’s performance and achievement with the highest degree of professionalism. As Victoria grew in her role, she expanded her duties to include the establishment of MasterPeace’s Diversity and Inclusion Program, of which she is the Chair and Founder. Prior to joining MasterPeace, Victoria graduated from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in 2014 where she was the 2nd Vice President of BLSA (Black Law Students Association). Drawing on this experience, she also serves on the Board of Directors for Daisy’s Love Residential Service Agency, a home health care service in Bowie, Maryland and founded her own made-to-order luxury flower business in 2017. member of
"Victoria’s efforts have helped establish MasterPeace as a magnet for diverse talent across the company’s distinct Commercial Startup and Government Services business sectors,” says Drew Cohen, President and CEO of MasterPeace Solutions. “Her transition to Principal Intelligence Community Career agent was seamless. Victoria’s tireless work ethic has played a critical role in not only the STEM community, but also in shaping our Diversity and Inclusion Program and its growth as well. We are very proud of Victoria’s contributions to MasterPeace and are confident in her continued success. This recognition from BBJ is well-deserved.”
Baltimore Business Journal selected this list of “40 Under 40” up-and-coming young professionals based on their achievements and potential to shape the greater local community. The publication will be presenting awards to all 40 Honorees virtually on Friday, November 13.