family, relationships, equity education, support
Victoria: Um, okay so, my family um, right now, I have one daughter.
Victoria: She’s thirteen years old. And um, so she’s my only nuclear family, that I live with right here. Um, other than that, I have a partner, that uh, we’ve been together since 2012, and she has two small children um, but we do not live in the same household.
Victoria: I actually work with educators mostly, around issues of equity in schools. How do we do a better job of understanding issues of equity, and looking at our curriculum, looking at what we, what we do everyday, how we respond, how we think, and therefore how do we act in terms of our schools and school environments, and making them more equitable spaces for all students and families.
Victoria: Um, raising my daughter, so highs and lows.
Victoria: I mean, so here we are at thirteen, unbelievable. She has always been a very busy, inquisitive, interested, uh, just I don’t know, she’s very active, and interested in the world, and interested in life. She’s an artist, she’s passionate about art, she’s a visual artist, and she just really has a huge heart. Um, a good person. We are in our moments of pre-teen madness at times. But she really, she just, I just think she has a lot to offer in the world, and I want to help her to create the space that she needs to live her life fully and happily, and, and you know, have all the opportunities that she should have.