Virgie Vincent began her career with the determination that she leaves nothing to chance. Her resolve, creativity, and many accomplishments and accolades within the interior design industry prove that her philosophy, “I guarantee meticulous attention to detail, high-end products, top-notch service and exquisite results,” is a resounding success.
Virgie has never been afraid to take on a new challenge or to follow her own instincts in business and finance — and this has resulted in the creation and launch of the most innovative interior design projects and real estate developments in California and beyond.
A 25-year veteran of the real estate financial sector, Virgie Vincent became a licensed California realtor in 1989 and co-founded her firm, Vergee Interior Design, in 1998. Through her work with personal side projects and her design company, Virgie has been recognized as one of the top women business owners in the United States.
Not only that, but Virgie Vincent’s passion and drive in her industry has led her work to be displayed on national platforms. She is the the author of “Casual Elegant Living,” and was selected as one of the Distinguished Women four years consecutively. Her award-winning designs have appeared in the MTV series “Cribs,” Platinum Life and Coast magazines, and movie sets. Because of her claim to fame in the real estate and interior design world, Virgie Vincent joined forces with a handful of high-profile clients to provide them with the homes of their dreams. Virgie has designed homes for celebrities, athletes, and politicians like U.S. Senators Harry Reid and Richard Bryan.
Virgie Vincent’s most recent business venture was the founding the Veblen Group of Companies in 2014 and serves as CEO. The Veblen Group, LLC, is a powerhouse luxury brand that encompasses all things real estate — including sales, financing and exquisite luxury interior design.
Virgie is as passionate about philanthropy as she is about work. She was instrumental in launching a summer business institute program and mentors young women as they launch their own finance and design careers. Many of her summer business institute students have gone on to become successful in their own right in the banking and real estate industries. In addition, Virgie utilized her knowledge in real estate to support the development of an affordable housing community, called Whispering Timbers, on the West Coast. Thanks to Virgie’s strategic financing, an unprecedented 208 affordable homes were built for first-time minority homeowners, totaling $48 million. She also was the first to launch the HUD Neighborhood Stabilization Program in her local area.
Currently, Virgie Vincent lives and works in Newport Beach, California. She is a member of the Interior Design Society, Interior Design Coalition of California, International Furnishings and Design Association, and the International Interior Design Association.