Standing at a fierce and beautiful 6 foot and 0 inches, Victoria Jancke has touched down in the United States to demonstrate just how empowering a life without limits can be. While she is primarily known for her modeling and acting, Jancke is better described as a jack-of-all-trades that will have most of us wondering if there’s anything this woman actually cannot do.
Bringing it all to the table seems like more of a normalcy for Victoria Jancke, as she speaks of her additional career as a professional touch rugby player in the BRC Rugby Club. Jancke also practices MMA on the regular, emphasizing the importance physical strength and the growth that comes with it both mentally and physically.
“I have always loved the mental release that came along with playing sports, and I don’t believe that that kind of reward, or any for that matter- should be limited to just masculine or feminine groups.” said Jancke.
Though she may come across as your typical seemingly superhuman public figure, Jancke ensures that those who follow her know that she has had to face and overcome many obstacles to achieve her goals. Accentuating that her rise to fame has been no fairytale, Victoria opens up about hardships such as the trauma of being sexually assaulted- finding there is true power in the word.
You can find her openly speaking on the subject on her TikTok and podcasts, encouraging others who have endured similar hardships to see themselves as heroes instead of victims, to cherish the strength they have acquired.
“The sooner we are able to admit and accept that something painful has happened, the faster we can move past it- and even take the very pain it gave us and turn it into strength that empowers ourselves and those around us. There is no obstacle that cannot be overcome, you just have to maintain the right mindset,” said Jancke.
With her recent visit to Los Angeles, Victoria has wasted no time working towards one of her most prominent passions in philanthropic endeavors. Next to using her time in LA to jumpstart a future career in Hollywood, Victoria has already become an ambassador for the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
“I know that my following and stand in the public comes with much more responsibility than just talking about the latest fashion brands, so I make sure to use my social media platforms to speak on any matters that need to be brought to awareness, and do all that I can to act on them,” said Jancke.
Victoria is certainly a woman of her word, as she currently holds ambassador roles in multiple charity organizations, including, but not limited to; the Make March Better Matter Project, Tribute to Bambi, The Weisser Ring Association and the WIR (Water is Right) Associationin Africa.
“Giving back to the world and inspiring others to do so as well with the power and opportunities my career has given me will always be one of my biggest goals,” said Jancke.
Victoria has her bachelor’s degree in Social Work and currently works as a mentor and life coach. She attributes a notable amount of her own wisdom to the person that mentored her, the widely renowned Tony Robbins.
“Having Tony as my own mentor has taught me some of the most important lessons with messages I hope to pass on in my own career as a mentor one day. One of my favorite sayings from Tony will always be: “where focus goes, energy flows,” meaning if you focus on the bad, that is the outcome you will end up with. However, if you can prime yourself to focus on the good- you will manifest a life of abundance in line with your goals and dreams,” said Jancke.
With so much on her plate, Victoria has come to Hollywood to take on one dream she has yet to accomplish, but is working avidly towards every day.
“I want to further my acting career in hopes that one day I will find myself in an action role that I can flourish in. With my athletic background and MMA practice, I have no doubt that I not only have the strength and skill, but the drive and confidence it takes to achieve this goal,” said Jancke.
Victoria displays an infinite ability to achieve any obstacle that comes her way. If the saying goes that the best prediction of the future can be indicated by actions in the past, Hollywood and the rest of the world would be wise prepare themselves for this rising of this supernova of a woman.
“I relish any challenge that comes my way, and I would not be in Los Angeles today if I didn’t know that that means I will have to step out of my comfort zone. Though I miss Germany dearly, I know that I was meant do more, and I will leave a footprint on this world better than I found it in every possible way that I can,” said Jancke.
AUTHOR: CLARE KEHOE