KENNETH HILL | Victory Energy Corporation

Kenneth (Kenny) Hill has served as Victory’s Vice President and Chief Operating Officer since January 2011 and as a member of the Board of Directors since April 2011.  He became CEO in January 2012.  Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Hill held titles of Interim CEO, VP of Operations and VP of Investor Relations for the U.S. subsidiary of a publicly traded oil and gas company on the Australian Stock Exchange. Since 2001, Hill through his private company has raised several million dollars of venture capital, personally invested in and consulted for a number of successful entrepreneurial ventures across a variety of industries, including oil and gas.  Prior to 2001, Hill was employed for 16 years at Dell, Inc. As one of the first 20 employees at Dell he served in variety of management positions including manufacturing, sales, marketing, and business development.  Prior to joining Dell, Hill studied Business Management and Business Marketing at Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University).  While at Dell, Mr. Hill continued his education at The University of Texas Graduate School of Business Executive Education program, The Aspen Institute and the Center for Creative Leadership. He is a team builder with a unique set of proven leadership, management and technical skills.

About Victory Energy Corporation
Victory Energy Corporation (OTCQB: VYEY) is a growth oriented non-operating oil and gas company engaged in the exploration, acquisition, development and production of domestic oil and gas properties. Victory leverages both internal capabilities and strategic industry relationships to acquire working interest positions in low-to-moderate risk oil and gas prospects with a focus on the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico.

Future investment will focus primarily on oil or liquid-rich gas projects within longer-life reservoirs that offer competitive finding and development costs. The Company’s current producing oil and gas assets are located onshore in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico.

The company’s objective is to create long term shareholder value by increasing oil reserves, improving financial returns (higher production volumes, lower costs) and managing the capital on its balance sheet.

Victory Energy is current with its SEC filings and is a full reporting company.

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