Victor Pitts is the Vice President of DomainIt, the Vice President of iGoldrush.com, and host of DomainMasters Radio Show on WebmasterRadio.FM at Unaffiliated. . His specialities include domain name brokering, acquisition, and valuation, and global domain name/brand management; and extend to people and process management, and public speaking on domain related topics or building effective online businesses.
Victor has been working with the internet since 1993; having supplied infrastructure networking equipment to the industry, developed Web content solutions, and providing domain related services. Victor Pitts is a Graduate of MIS from Florida International University - College of Business Administration. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Navy.
Victor contributes his time to education and youth programs. He serves as an advisory board member of the (NAF) Broward County - Academy of Information Technology, a 3 year higher-learning technology program for high school students, and at the Keiser Career Institute for adult technology training. In addition, he is an active Boy Scout leader.
Victor Pitts was awarded the 2000 Small Business Person of the Year by the Sunrise Florida Chamber of Commerce and the 1998 Superstar Business Leader by the Sunrise Florida Chamber of Commerce.
- Senior Sales Executive, Motorola 1985-1998.
- Systems Engineer, Motorola (Codex), 1989-1993.
- CEO/Founder, Nexlook Designs Inc, a web hosting and development company, 1994-2005.
- Vice President, Moniker, 2004-2009. During this time, Moniker’s domain registrations grew from 300 thousand to 3 million. 
- Lead Domain Broker, Oversee.net, 2009-2010.
- Vice President, iGoldrush.com since 2010.
- In March 2010, he joined DomainIt as the Vice President. . His job responsibilities include the management of growing market share and profits for DomainIt’s core domain registration business, as well as evaluating and overseeing new business ventures for the company.
- He has been working as the host of DomainMasters Radio Show on WebmasterRadio.FM at Unaffiliated since February 2005.