Victoria Ibiwoye is a young African leader who is strongly passionate about transforming the lives of marginalized community children through creative learning and empowerment initiatives. She is the Executive Director at One African Children – a non-profit organization through which she leads over a hundred youths in volunteering for the past three years in Nigeria, Cameroon, Malawi, and Zimbabwe.

She is an advocate of Global Citizenship Education (GCED) and the regional focal point of the United Nations Major Group on Children and Youth (UNMGCY) for West and Central Africa. In October 2015, Victoria was a participant at the 9th UNESCO Youth Forum – the largest global youth gathering since the adoption of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in Paris, France. She is a well-travelled speaker and her volunteering has taken her to Ghana, Uganda, South Korea, Turkey, United States and Qatar.

She is an aspiring Humanitarian Lawyer and recently completed her LLB degree in University of Ibadan.


If you want to know more about me and what I do, you can look at these interviews and discussions:


And you can also check out this interview I had with Opportunity Desk