Victoria Steele

About Victoria Steele

Head of Relationships and Operations (Senior Leadership Team)

Victoria joined Synchronicity Earth in October 2012 following an internship with the organisation from August 2012. Prior to this she travelled to New Zealand to complete her Masters in Marine Conservation at Victoria, University of Wellington. She is particularly interested in the way that science is communicated and how it can be made more accessible. Victoria has also worked for several media companies including Universal Networks, where as a production assistant she worked primarily for the UK and European channels. Victoria is a keen supporter and volunteer for the Riding for the Disabled and has undertaken marine conservation volunteer projects in Fiji. She holds Bachelor of Science in Ecology and Conservation from the University of St Andrews and has field experience in Indonesia, Fiji, New Zealand and Australia.

Regeneration through Agroecology – Building healthy food and farming systems in West Africa

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts about our exciting new Regeneration initiative. The AgroEcology Fund (AEF) is a multi-donor fund committed to supporting diverse individuals and groups around the world – from women’s cooperatives to university scientists – to develop agroecological solutions to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change on their environment and [...]

By |2018-08-31T16:37:37+00:00May 5th, 2016|Advocacy, Agroecology, More than Carbon|0 Comments

The ‘E’ in ESG

This is the third in a series of blog posts about our exciting new Regeneration initiative. Last year our Chairman, Adam Sweidan was invited to guest speak on PMI TV, the online channel for Pensions Management Institute. During the interview, Adam discussed ESG, his passion for the environment and the pension fund industry. Earlier [...]

By |2018-08-31T16:38:13+00:00April 19th, 2016|Environment, ESG, Finance|0 Comments

Chocolate Seahorses

What do carpet, chocolate and seahorses have in common? It sounds like the opening to a likely bad if not unusual joke - in reality it was the opening launch of Expedition: Danajon Bank held at London Zoo in partnership with Project Seahorse. Danajon Bank in the Philippines is one of only six double-barrier reefs [...]

By |2018-08-31T17:25:38+00:00March 10th, 2014|Coral Reefs, Oceans, Threats|0 Comments

A conversation with Dr Sylvia Earle and Dr Heather Koldewey

Last Wednesday Synchronicity Earth and Project Ocean joined forces to host a lunch at Selfridges for members of the Environmental Funders Network (EFN), featuring a conversation between Sylvia Earle and Heather Koldewey. Sylvia Earle is regarded as a legend in the marine world with Time Magazine naming her their first ‘Hero for the Planet’. Sylvia was chief scientist at the National [...]