Victoria Gipson, lives in Northeast Indiana. She is a member in good standing of the American Humanist Association, has satisfied the requirements of the Humanist Celebrant Endorsement Committee of the Humanist Society, is endorsed as a Humanist Celebrant/Minister, having full rights and responsibilities of ordained clergy, and is authorized to attend to the pastoral and ceremonial needs of Humanists and all others seeking these services. She can legally officiate weddings in all 50 U.S. states and territories. She has performed numerous ceremonies including destination weddings.
Victoria is one of the founding members of FreeThought Fort Wayne (FTFW), a chapter of the American Humanist Association and has served on their board of directors for three years. She is an activist in her community concerned with issues of poverty, civil and human rights, discrimination, and fact based education. Her community involvement also includes her partnership and support of Indiana Center for Middle East Peace. She is a member of EAA (Experimental Aircraft Assoc.) and volunteers with their Young Eagles Program educating children about aviation and giving them the opportunity to experience a free airplane ride. Victoria has served on the executive committee of People for The Common Good, which is a nonpartisan coalition of diverse individuals, groups, and organizations, united in our commitment to advocate for and protect the inherent and inalienable rights of every person to enjoy safety, dignity, social and political liberties, and educational and economic opportunities.
She is a wife and mother of two grown children and a proud grandmother. Family is important to her and she understands how important family occasions and ceremonies are in the life of your family.