Victoria Corderi joined NBC News in 1994 as a correspondent for Dateline NBC. Before that, she was with CBS News for seven years, where she served as a correspondent for the newsmagazines 48 Hours and Street Stories. During her first three years at the network, she covered Central America for the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, and during her last year, she served as a news anchor for the CBS Morning News.
For her work at 48 Hours, Corderi won three national news Emmys and a George Foster Peabody Award for Excellence in Journalism. She also received the Las Primeras Award for being one of the first Hispanic network anchors, and she has been named to the Who's Who Among Hispanic Americans. In 1997, she received an Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative journalism for a report on contaminated mattresses.
She began her television career in 1982 as a reporter for WPLG-TV in Miami, where she covered politics and federal agencies. Before that, Corderi was a reporter with the Miami News, the city's afternoon daily newspaper.
She graduated magna cum laude from St. Bonaventure University with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism. She and her husband live with their four children in Suburband, Maryland.