Victoria is a medical doctor from Australia studying the MPhil in Evidence Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation as a General Sir John Monash Scholar. She is part of the 1+1 MBA programme and will undertake the MBA at the Said Business School in the 2018-2019 academic year. Victoria graduated from medical school in 2014 from The University of Adelaide, as well as a Bachelor of Medical Science (First Class Honours) in 2011.
Victoria is interested in the development and implementation of community healthcare programs in rural and disadvantaged areas across Australia. She hopes to gain theoretical and practical skills in order to work in paediatric Indigenous health with a clinical focus on skin disease in the future.
Victoria has previously worked at the World Health Organisation and across rural areas of Australia in a clinical capacity. Victoria has conducted extensive work with community-based organisations and was a South Australian Finalist for 2015 Young Australian of the Year. At Oxford, Victoria is the Junior Dean of Jesus College and President of the Oxford University Australia New Zealand Society (OUANZ). As a member of the Oxford University Swimming Club (OUSC) she has a Full Blue and is training to swim the English Channel and Catalina Channel as a solo swimmer.