Victoria Ifeolu is a student of the Department of English Language and Literature at the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, where she is enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts (BA) program in English Literature. She has academic backgrounds in Nigeria (2000-2014) and in Canada(2015-2017). Victoria Ifeolu started her University education at the University of Calgary, Canada (September 2015) in which she studied English Language (Literary Analysis, Shakespeare, Creative Writing, Literary Theory & Criticism and Literary Form), before transferring studies to the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola (January 2018) on a scholarship guarantee founded upon the success of her Published Collection of Poems; "I Call My Sexuality My God: My Shampoo and My Watermelon Juice". Victoria Ifeolu is the Author of two books: "Memories: Kevin & Mica" (Novel published by Iqra publishing House, Dubai in December 2012) and "I Call My Sexuality My God: My Shampoo and My Watermelon Juice" (Collection of Poems published by Xlibris Publishing, USA on March 23, 2017). Victoria ifeolu is a member of the Canadian Creative Writers' and Writing Program (CCWWP) (since 2017), the National Poetry Society, United Kingdom (since 2015) and the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) (since 2013). Her unpublished collection of teenage poems; "Petals of Words" was shortlisted for the ANA Teen Poetry Prize in 2013. Victoria Ifeolu's single; "The True Celebrities" was accepted, selected and published by the Poetry Institute of Canada, in their anthology; "The Tracery of Trees" (2015). Victoria Ifeolu's "When I Do Not Pay Attention" was selected for publication in Eber & Wein's "Where The Mind Dwells" (2015, Pennsylvania, USA). Victoria Ifeolu's single; "Burning Ocean" qualified for publication in Eber & Wein's 2016 anthology; "International Poet". Victoria Ifeolu's novella; "Mighty By The Heart" is displayed, decorated and analyzed on the Inkitt online writing community. Victoria Ifeolu has once earned a successful audition experience which even granted her admission into the Mount Royal University Conservatory to go deep into the learning of Music and its theory, the audition at which she performed Adele's "Rolling In The Deep" (2017). Victoria Ifeolu is currently an ambassador of the Canadian Software Development Company (CSDC), on the basis of her globe-attracting masterpiece; "I Call My Sexuality My God: My Shampoo and My Watermelon Juice". Victoria Ifeolu has many public speaking successes to her credit, one of which was the presentation she made on her then-newly-released novel (Memories: Kevin & Mica) at the Kwara State University, Nigeria, at the event of which every member of the audience went home with a copy of her book (2014). Victoria Ifeolu won second place in the NSPRI Essay Competition which dwelled on Agriculture's competition with white-collar occupations (2014). The title of her winning essay is "Youth Participation As A Catalyst For Improving The Practice of Agriculture In Nigeria" (2014). Victoria Ifeolu's present world revolves around her most recent feat; "I Call My Sexuality My God: My Shampoo And My Watermelon Juice" (Released on March 23, 2017) which is available on major retail outlets all over the internet and all over the world, in three versions; Hardcover, Paperback and e-book edition. Victoria Ifeolu is a multi-talented guru of Literature. In addition, she has DELF A1 (89.5%) and DELF A2 (80.5%) to her effort and distinction from the Government of France. the West African Examination Council awarded Victoria Ifeolu with a Senior Secondary Certificate in which she counted 6 "A"s and 3 "B"s. She graduated from her Secondary (High) School (on July 28, 2014) with notable awards, among which were "Best In Art Class", "Best Graduating Student", "Best In English Language", "Best In French Language", "Best In Phonetics" and fourteen other subject awards. The Secondary school she attended was the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Model College (Ilorin quarters) She is a strong woman who wouldn't rest until perfection has been achieved. She has a Certificate of Attendance from the Federal Polytechnic, Offa, in which case, she authored the Vote of Thanks Speech at the Women In Technical Education Development (WITED) Conference in 2016. Victoria Ifeolu is an orator and an adept writer; she was the Valedictorian of her Secondary School graduating set (the 2014 set), as well as a writer and editor with the School (EHJMC) Magazine. She worked as a Phonetics Teacher in the Hill City College, where she mentored pupils and students in Phonetic seminars and workshops (2014-2015). She functioned as the Library Prefect in her Secondary School, which came with literary responsibilities (2013-2014). In November 2014, Victoria Ifeolu contested at the Eko Slam Poetry Contest, Victoria Island, Lekki, Lagos, in which she performed her single spoken words; "I Seduce Africa". She has recorded poems at the National Radio Corporation, Lagos (November 2014). Victoria Ifeolu volunteers at churches (such as the Redeemed Christian Church of God and Trinity House of Faith) to minister in songs and spoken words. Victoria Ifeolu's talents are limitless and her drive for success is not her secret, but her strength.