Victoria Ogunleye (she/they) is the Digital Sex Education Manager at Advocates for Youth. She works with the Communications and Sex Education team to drive AMAZE’s youth-facing digital strategy and manage the AMAZE Youth Ambassador program. Victoria has over six years of experience teaching sexual and reproductive health programs. Her work center’s social-emotional learning, intersectionality, youth experiences, and community building in sexual and reproductive health education spaces.
Prior to joining Advocates for Youth, Victoria worked as a Health Education Coordinator in the District of Columbia and Prince George’s County communities. She managed several peer education and community health education programs. Her background includes intimate partner violence awareness, working with children with IDD, ABA therapy, and performing arts. As a former peer educator, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science with a track in community health from Towson University.