Victoria Azubuike

Founder of The Us Programme

London, United Kingdom
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About me

Victoria Azubuike is a final year BSc Management student, who is the founder of the Us Programme. A project with the mission to help educate and inspire young females from disadvantaged backgrounds to break boundaries and achieve their goals. The Programme was launched in 2016, and seen has reached hundreds of young women across London, with its ‘She Who’ initiatives, and has partnered with global businesses. The US Programme, has been featured in both local and national newspapers, including The Guardian. The programme has managed to help over 400+ young ladies. Victoria’s work has been recognised with the undergraduate being voted one of the UK’s top 10 black students at the Rare Rising Stars 2017 awards. She has also been named Winner of Biggest Champion of Social Mobility Awards in 2018, and one of the Daily Mail Inspirational Women Finalists in 2019. She was board members on London Youth & The Mayor Fund for London. She has also been selected to meet the Duke of Edinburgh as London Youth celebrated its 130th anniversary at Buckingham Palace. She has also been featured in the Google and Female Quotient Initiative ‘Women Voyagers: Breaking Boundaries’ Initiative as the representative for the United Kingdom.

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People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

  • TATE


    • Arts and Culture
  • Google


    • Technology
  • Creative Mentor Network

    Creative Mentor Network

    • Social Enterprise
  • gal-dem magazine

    gal-dem magazine

    • Media Production