Vickie is the president of the independent theater company, Soaring High Productions and is the CEO of the nonprofit theater advocacy organization, Performing Arts and Literary Society (PALS).
She has written, directed, produced, and self-promoted numerous stage plays throughout the United States to include: Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, and North Carolina. She is the award-winning playwright/director of the domestic violence awareness stage play “A Change Is Gonna Come. In October 2009, “A Change Is Gonna Come” received four top honors (Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Director for Vickie) at the Velocity Magazine Awards.
In 2014, she received the Broadway World’s Charlotte Regional Award for Best Director in a musical for her stage play, “The Gift”. For three years, Vickie has served on the elite panel of producers of the National Black Theater festival Actors’ Networking Showcase.
Vickie is an avid and outspoken advocate in the campaign to end domestic violence. As a child-witness, she has first-hand knowledge about the effects that domestic violence had on her development into a young woman and how it affected her self-esteem. She has developed a campaign entitled, Don’t Take Away My Innocence as a support mechanism for adult recovery and for intervention for children who are currently witnesses.
Vickie is the author of two books, The Art of Forgiving, a relationship-building memoir that emphasizes the importance of ridding oneself of relationship baggage by mastering the “art” of forgiving; and her best-selling memoir, Know Your Worth! (Overcoming the Dragon of Low Self- Esteem), an empowering, tell-all book that is designed to promote image-building by breaking the cycle of "low self-esteem". This thought-provoking memoir received high honors in three different categories on the Amazon.com Bestsellers’ List: 5th in Emotion, 7th in Women Studies, and 7th in Gender Studies.
Ms. Evans was honored with the “Voices of Women” award by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority for her community advocacy and oratorical contributions. She was nominated for “Phenomenal Woman of the Year”! Vickie works tirelessly to make a difference in her community, with a passion for young ladies and mature women who have experienced love, relationship, and self-image issues. She is a member of the Domestic Violence Speakers’ Bureau in Charlotte, North Carolina.