Chukwu Victoria Nkechi is an academic with a PhD, Masters, BSc, and Postgraduate Diploma in Education. She is currently a faculty member at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, and an adjunct staff to the University of Benin, where she brings her expertise to bear in teaching, research, and academic administration. Victoria’s teaching style is characterized by a passion for excellence and a commitment to helping students achieve their full potential. She is known for her ability to create a supportive and engaging learning environment that fosters critical thinking, creativity, and intellectual curiosity.

In addition to her academic work, Victoria is also involved in various community development initiatives, including programs aimed at improving access to education for underprivileged children. Her dedication to making a positive impact on society is reflected in her professional and personal life.

With over 6 years of experience in the academic world, Victoria has developed a reputation as a highly skilled researcher and educator. Her research interest spans from bioremediation, assessment of heavy metal content of soil and water, phytoassessment of dumpsite soils, environmental impact of scrap metal industries and levels of environmental awareness in selected tertiary institutions towards the purpose of environmental sustainability. She has published several research papers in national and international journals and has completed several research projects.

Overall, Victoria is a highly qualified and experienced academic with a passion for teaching, research, and community development. Her expertise, dedication, and commitment to excellence make her a valuable asset to any academic institution or organization.

Victoria is happily married and blessed with two lovely children.