Victoria is a Specialist in Responsible Sourcing and Development for Levin Sources. She is a project manager and researcher, working with public and private sector clients on projects related to good governance, due diligence, human rights and child protection.
Victoria is Levin Sources’ Lead on client supply chain issues related to child labour and children’s rights. She has developed strategies, solutions and research methodologies that have enabled environmental and social impact assessments and management plans, certification compatibility comparisons, and country risk assessments. Her work has generated positive impacts in Burkina Faso, Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Mali and Myanmar.
Prior to her work at Levin Sources, Victoria provided research and advisory on children’s rights and gold mining in the electronics industry to Terre des Hommes Suisse. During her time at Terre des Hommes, Victoria undertook field work in Peru to support the implementation of a bi-regional pilot programme on children’s rights in gold mining regions, strengthening the relationships between various NGOs and the Swiss and Peruvian governments.
Victoria holds a Master’s in Anthropology and Sociology of Development from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, where she wrote her thesis on fiscal policies and corporate social responsibility financing in the Peruvian mining sector. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Social Sciences from the University of Basel. She is currently working towards a Master of Law (LLM) in Diplomacy and International Law from Lancaster University.
Victoria works in English, German, French and Spanish. She is based at Levin Sources, Cambridge.