Victoria Aduroja is a summer intern at the O’Neill Institute.
Prior to joining O’Neill, Aduroja worked as a volunteer at My Intellectual Property Guide (MIPLG), where she conducted in-depth research on the emerging areas of intellectual property law. She worked as an intern at Hilton Top Solicitors, where she undertook research on how to leverage technology in developing the legal industry, especially in developing countries. She also worked as a volunteer at Hacey Initiative, an organization that conducts research and educates young people about their sexual and reproductive health rights. During her research, she became passionate about sexual and reproductive health rights and the rights of people with disabilities. Aduroja previously interned at Pinkxels cohort 2.0 as a product designer and has designed several applications for the purpose of solving human problems.
This past year, she carried out research on the government policies in relation to health, female genital mutilation, abortion, euthanasia, and organ donation in developing countries. She is passionate about access to health, gender issues, health rights, human rights, intellectual property, and women’s empowerment. She also participated in the John H. Jackson international moot court competition.
Adjuroja currently works as a product designer and is interning at the Cybersafe foundation under the Digi girls platform to learn product design.
Aduroja is a fourth year law student at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.