SSMMA welcomes Census 2020 Community Outreach Specialist Victoria Nicholson
Please join SSMMA in welcoming Victoria Nicholson, who is serving as our Census 2020 Community Outreach Specialist, a position funded by the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus.
Victoria has been working in the nonprofit sector for 10 years. She completed her undergraduate studies in Tulsa, Oklahoma at Oral Roberts University where she obtained a Bachelor’s of Social Work and a Bachelor of Science Degree. From 2012-2013 she managed a home for homeless mothers and their children in Dallas, Texas. Shortly after, she returned home to pursue work on the West Side of Chicago with teen parents for several years under a state-funded grant. Victoria went on to work with Rush University Medical Center as a Service Coordinator for the Early Intervention Program for three years where she helped developmentally delayed children obtain health services with various therapists. In addition to her undergraduate degree, Victoria holds a Masters in Organizational Leadership from Regent University. Recently, she was a Program Coordinator at Thornton Township High School where she worked with Upward Bound to enroll first-generation college students in post-secondary education. Victoria has extensive experience coordinating programs, working with grants, and serving under-resourced neighborhoods. She is excited to return to work after being a first time stay at home mom to her 8-month-old daughter, Selah. Victoria can be contacted at 708-922-4679 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional regional Census 2020 news and updates, please visit www.southlandcounts.org.