Victor Vicéns is a native of San Juan, Puerto Rico where he grew up and graduated from High School. After attending the University of Sacred Heart, he enlisted in the U.S. Army where he served for the next 22 years, finally retiring in 2008. He attended Georgia Southern University in Savannah, Georgia graduating in 2013 with a Bachelor's in Spanish with Teaching Certification. He has worked in public and private school at all grade levels and loves to share his vast knowledge of the Spanish language and culture with his students.
Victor is married to Diane, a nurse and has two daughters Isabel and Victoria, two stepsons Tommy and Kenneth and seven grandchildren. He enjoys helping the local Hispanic community working at Atrium Health Medical center as an interpreter, as well as spending time with his family while enjoying everything our beautiful city has to offer.