is a broadcast producer-director and community filmmaker based in the UK, whose work focuses on human rights and environmental issues. She has won Rory Peck and BAFTA Insight awards – for her work in Tibet – as well as Cable Ace Awards, ECHO and Graz Humanitarian awards. She has credits from all the major UK channels, e.g. for ‘Paradise Blues’ (Channel 4), ‘The Monk in the Forest’ (BBC) and ‘An Everest to Climb’ (ITV), and has made numerous films for the charitable sector. Her masters in International Communications and Development in 2013 led her back to her interest in giving a voice to the marginalized through video technology. Her work with InsightShare recently took her to Ethiopia to facilitate participatory video workshops with Eritrean women refugees and she continues to work as a PV facilitator both in the UK and in the Global South. Victoria has dual US-UK nationality and a BA from Harvard University.