Dr. Victoria Vysotina is the Chief Investment Officer for Morgan Stanley Family Office. She is responsible for helping with the custom curation of portfolio strategies and investment opportunities for Family Office clients. Victoria brings more than 25 years of investment banking and asset management experience, having worked with a number of large families as a consultant before joining one of her clients, a multi-billion dollar international family office, as the Chief Investment Officer in 2017. Prior to that role, Victoria held various positions including as a Managing Director and Portfolio Manager for the Rockefeller Foundation and as a co-founder and Chief Investment Officer for a fintech start-up that focused on manager performance and attribution reporting and was sold to Addepar. Prior to her work in the investment community, Victoria had a decade long career in Fixed Income, including her work in debt capital markets for Morgan Stanley.

Victoria received her Ph.D. in Mathematics from Emory University and her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Kharkiv State University in Ukraine. She is a passionate supporter of education and is a founding member of the Advisory Board for the Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) in New York. Victoria also loves skiing, playing tennis and sailing in her spare time.