Commander Inez Victorian, United States Navy Reserve, is a native of Lake Charles, Louisiana. She graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana and Mercer University. Commander Victorian initially affiliated with the military as a direct accession into the Navy Reserve as a Medical Service Corps Officer. Subsequently, she completed post doctorate residency as well as fellowship programs in the civilian sector. Commander subsequently earned research credentials and global certifications in the civilian sector. She holds Navy Plans, Operations and Medical Intelligence credentials, additional Navy Officer Billet Classification of Office-in-Charge of Shore Activity and Fleet Hospital as well as Medical Executive Additional Qualification Designations.
A summary of her service locations include surface medical units, fleet hospital detachments and headquarters, surface medical headquarters units, special forces unit, Selective Service System Unit, medical education training command, major military treatment facilities, OPNAV OP-80 and Naval Reserve Forces Command.
Highlights of roles that she has fulfilled include the full spectrum of department heads, officer-in-charge, command and special assistant to the Medical Service Corps’s Deputy.
Commander Victorian’s current assignment is Navy Reserve Operational Hospital Support Unit.
Commander Victorian is a member of Naval Reserve Association and she currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National Naval Officers Association as the Reserve Representative for Navy, Marine and Coast Guard.
Commander Victorian’s decorations include Defense Meritorious Service Medal (with two Gold Stars), The Armed Forces Reserve Medal and Global War on Terrorism.