Program Associate for Reproductive Health and Justice - Victoria Ogunleye
Victoria Ogunleye was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in various parts of Maryland (mainly Baltimore County). She joins YWP with a large background working with minority children and youth and children with unmental disabilities. Victoria holds Bachelors of Science in Health Science with a track in community health from Towson University. In addition, she joins YWP with a various training background that includes domestic violence awareness, cultural competency, health disparities, and applied behavior analysis (ABA Therapy). As a former wellness peer educator and mentor, her passion for sexual health education and child health continued to grow through her internship with the House of Ruth Maryland. Victoria has spent time working and volunteering with various organizations such as Project Homeless Connect, Planned Parenthood, and Baltimore County Public Schools. In the future, she plans on continuing her education in Public Health with a concentration of Population, Family and Reproductive Health. In her free time, you can find Victoria at her childhood dance studio teaching kids, watching her favorite DC/Marvel characters shows, or at a music concert.