PRLog - Nov. 16, 2012 - PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Victoria Shantrell will be speaking on a panel at YouTube today, Nov. 16, 2012. In attendance will be San Jose City College's Umoja Program. Speakers will discuss how education has played a role in where they are today. For more information about Ms. Shantrell, see brief bio below. http://youtube.com/
Victoria Shantrell graduated from Stanford University in 2011 with her M.Ed in Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies and BA in African & African American Studies and a minor in Urban Studies. Victoria's area of expertise is sociology focusing on racial identity development and contemporary race issues. She describes herself has an "urban ecologist."
Ms. Shantrell has demonstrated her commitment to the uplift of the Black community. Her most meaningful community contribution is FOUND: Finding Our Undeterred Nubian Daughters which connects Black Stanford female students with Black high school girls in underprivileged communities. The program's fundamental principles are Self-Love, Self-Respect, Cultural Awareness, Academic Excellence, and Sisterhood.
Victoria Shantrell's goal is to take her passion to entertain, educate, edify, and engage with the WORLD to a larger forum.
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