Victoria N. Seeger is a former classroom teacher. A veteran public school teacher of 14 years, Seeger is now a literacy coach for a large school district in Topeka, Kansas, as well as an adjunct instructor at Washburn University in Topeka. She and her colleague Rita A. Moore have worked continuously together since 2001 on research including professional development schools, classroom research for teachers, and RMA, from which they have coauthored several articles. Additionally, Seeger contributed to the book Reading Conversations: RMA with Struggling Readers Grades 4-12 (2004) coauthored by Rita Moore and Carol Gilles. Seeger regularly conducts professional development workshops on literacy strategies and curriculum development in the Seaman 501 School District in Topeka. She has also served as consultant to preservice literacy education classrooms through the University of Montana-Western.
Seeger holds a master's degree in education from Washburn University and will finish her PhD in literacy curriculum and instruction from Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, in the fall of 2009. She is dedicated to the notion that the integral and often seamless connectivity between language and literacy defines us as human beings and empowers us as learners.