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Victoria Griffin

Learner. Advocate. Beyoncé stan. Former band kid. Sitcom lover.

Victoria Griffin is a senior Political Science student at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University from Fuquay-Varina. Her interest in educational equity began due to her own experiences as a student in the public education system. She is a current member of the third John M. Belk Impact Fellow cohort, working with EducationNC.

Victoria remains active in spaces that put education at the forefront, serving with organizations such as The Fannie Lou Hamer Institute in Wendell and The Village Mentoring, Inc. in Greensboro. Victoria is also the President of the North Carolina A&T Pre-law chapter of the National Black Law Students Association and runs a blog entitled Diary of a Mad Black Student, with a mission of teaching others the historical and legal origins of educational inequities that black students face through their academic careers. In her free time, Victoria enjoys spending time with her friends and family, painting, collecting vinyls, and watching (or re-watching) sitcoms.

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