Victorious Hall is an educator, social commentator, national speaker, and host using his platform to focus attention on the value of positive living, community engagement, and education. He was selected by a Clear Channel radio station as one of the 2011 Top 30 under 30 in Washington, DC, and has been featured on a variety of local television and radio programs.
His favorite quote is, “Education will always be the answer to the world’s troubles,” and he uses his various platforms to educate about a variety of issues affecting communities of color. Hall has served as an educator in the Prince George’s County public school system for more than ten years as a teacher and academic dean. He is currently positioned at Oxon Hill Middle School where he focuses on creating a climate of growth, opportunity, and support. He also is a founding member of the Male Educator’s Network to help recruit and retain male educators in Prince George’s County.
As a host, Hall prefers to be a part of events that cater to youth and families, foster community, or support the arts. He has hosted events throughout the Washington metropolitan area for more than seven years, using his high-energy style to engage crowds and educate about the main objective of those events. He resides in Prince George’s County, with his wife, Tinselyn Simms, and his son, King Victorious Jihad.