||The Marquis Who's Who in America, 2006|
Inclusion in the Who's Who of America is limited to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their own fields of endeavor and who have thereby, contributed significantly to the betterment of contemporary society.
||Who's Who in Medicine And Health Care, 2006|
Based on the value & relevance of her oustanding achievements, Victoria L. Rayner has been been selected for inclusion in the upcoming 2006-2007 (6th) edition of Who's Who in Medicine and Health Care. This unique compilation chronicles the most accomplished health care and medical industry professionals from around the world. The Who's Who biographical information serves as a permanent record of achievement.
||Hon. State Chairmen Washington DC Business Advisory Council, 2004|
As Reported by Wall Street Journal 2004 - the NRCC's Business Advisory Council was formed to involve this country's top business leaders in the process of government reform. Their experience & knowledge together with the get-it-done attitude, will continue to lead the way as the country deals with the critical issues that affect economy stimulus in this country...debt reduction, retirement, social security, tax reduction, simplification, and ending government waste and inefficency. Recognized for her business & professional success and for her leadership Rayner had already been providing in her community & for her willingness to assume leadership to this important effort
||Cristal Award, 2003|
In recognition of Victoria L. Rayner's contributions and achievements in the esthetic skin care industry issued by the International Congress of Esthetics in Miami, FL. October 2003 after authoring the first nationally recognized distance education courses with state approval by both Cosmetology & Registered Nursing Boards for special certification in cosmetic rehabilitation & medical esthetics for skin care service providers, cosmetologists & nurses to establish expertise in clinical-ability, cross-over patient care treatment strategies and to become practice associates to physicians in dermatology & plastic surgery settings.
||Assignee Research Facility Library of Congress, 2002|
Research scholar at the Humanities and Social Sciences Division, Library of Congress - assigned project: five courses for online training for physicians - for continuing education program with credits from AMA.
||Promoter for the National Winner of Entrepreneur of the Year, 1994|
Represented the national winner for a nationwide contest to identify and name the Woman Entrepreneur of the Year - sponsored by National Association of Women Business Owners - researched, interviewed, compiled data, authored report and introduced candidate's unique contributions through presentation to a national panel of judges
||Outstanding Acheivement Award in Clinical Cosmetology, 1994|
Honored by the Association of International Makeup Artists for creating a cosmetic method to conceal burn injury scarring and physical irregularities and for establishing the first institute offering continuing education units to nurses to acquire knowledge in the medical subspecialty of cosmetic rehabilitation
||Merit Award Community Status of Women, 1993|
Honor awarded by the City & County of San Francisco for strong commitment, dedication and contribution toward the progression of professional women
||Esthetician of the Year Award International Congress, 1992|
First to receive the award in recognition for outstanding advancement of esthetics & for contributions to the beauty enhancement industry issued by the International Congress of Esthetics for authoring the first medically based textbook for the clinical education and application of art & science to nomalize the appearance of disfigured patients in university-hospitals and private practice settings
||KRON TV Award - For Those Who Care, 1988|
For making a difference in the lives of others through volunteer efforts at University of California Medical Center, Dermatology & San Francisco General Hospital - AIDS clinic & Alta Bates-Herrick Hospital, Burn Center . The honor was bestowed for establishing these camouflage therapy clinics, raising sponsorship to ensure that they were self-sustaining and for staffing the facilities to identify a real need for camouflage counseling. Only after years of volunteer efforts was the confidence and support of physicians earned and a position was created on staff to facilitate cosmetic rehabilitation health services for patients enduring the burden of disfigurements.