Victoria Miller-Butcher is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and currently works at Rutgers University as an Assistant Dean of Students. In this role, Victoria works with students, faculty, and campus partners to support students in addressing numerous psychosocial barriers that impacts students’ academic and personal success.  Prior to working in student affairs, Victoria spent many years working in various academic, clinical, and community-based mental health settings. Victoria currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the MSW program at Kean University and as a therapist in a private practice, providing therapy to individuals and couples.

Victoria received her Bachelor of Arts in Family and Child Studies from Montclair State University and her Master of Social Work from Kean University. Victoria currently holds two professional certifications, which include, Certified School Social Worker and Certified Clinical Supervisor in New Jersey. Victoria’s research interests include best practices to support first-generation black college students navigating college transition, mental health, and cultural and systemic barriers. Personally, Victoria enjoys spending time on the soccer field and basketball court with her husband and three children. Victoria is excited to continue her academic journey through the DSW program at Rutgers University.