Victoria Donaldson is a St. Louis-based artist and serves as Program Manager for the Green Dining Alliance, an initiative of earthday365 which works with restaurants in the St. Louis area to create a more environmentally sustainable industry. She attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. where she studied Biology and is a graduate of Alabama A&M University in Normal, AL with a degree in Graphic Communications and Art History.
As a native and resident of North St. Louis, Victoria is driven by opportunities to enhance her community and the surrounding areas through various means. Through her work with the Green Dining Alliance, Victoria works to diversify and bring new light to environmental sustainability in the St. Louis Metropolitan area with a focus on communities of color.
In addition to her work with earthday365, Victoria is engulfed in St. Louis' art and culture scene. Her work began after she returned from Howard and studied photography. She expanded her creativity to music by deejaying and serving as co-host of Rawthentic on 88.1 KDHX with James Biko. She also serves as Co-Director of Sonic Arts United and is the organizer and founder of Black Cinema Club, a quarterly film screening and discussion series geared towards an audience interested in film and black culture.