Viktor is certified by the New York State
Department of Motor Vehicles as a Defensive Driving and Point Insurance
Reduction Program Instructor and is approved to conduct the
ACCIDENT PREVENTION WORKSHOPS (APW) through the Empire Safety
Council of New York.
Viktor served on the Board of Directors
of the Professional Insurance Agents of New York and is a member
of several civic and fraternal organizations in Columbia County
including active past member of the Greenport Rescue Squad as an
Emergency Medical Technician, Greenport Fire Department Volunteer,
Red Cross First Aid Instructor and Disaster Action Team member.
He currently serves on the Kinderhook Lake Corporation's Board of
A 1980 graduate of Empire State College,
S.U.N.Y., Viktor earned a B.P.S. degree in Insurance and Real Estate
from 1982-1993 taught courses on property and casualty insurance
as an Adjunct Instructor at Columbia-Greene Community College, Hudson,
NY and Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, NY. Viktor
is a frequent lecturer on insurance and recently addressed local
high school driver education classes and several Business Law classes
at Columbia Greene Community College. He is currently an Adjunct
Instructor at Bryant & Stratton College. Albany, NY (518-437-1802)
teaching Insurance and Real Estate Licensing and Continuing Education
courses. Viktor has also written articles on property insurance
for a regional news and leisure magazine.
Viktor also conducts Notary Public Workshops
throughout New York State and recently earned the Certified Notary
Signing Agent designation from the National Notary Association.
He is an active Mobile Notary and operates a successful Mortgage
Notary Signing Agency in NYS. As a licensed NYS Real Estate Broker
and former Principal of the House Finders Real Estate Brokerage
firm, Viktor is currently teaching the 75 hour NYS Salesperson and
Broker's Licensing Course at the Knowledge Network in Albany, NY.
He is writing his first consumer buyer's
guidebook on purchasing policies of protection from the Internet
entitled "FEAR MERCHANTS".