Viktorya Vilk is currently completing a fellowship at the Art & Global Health Center Africa, an NGO in Malawi that uses arts-based community engagement to advocate for health and human rights. Passionately committed to protecting freedom of expression and preserving cultural heritage, Viktorya has spent most of her career striving to expand access to the arts. She has worked in curating and public programs at the Courtauld Gallery, Frick Collection, Clark Art Institute, and Jewish Museum. She was inspired to apply for the Global Health Corps fellowship while volunteering as an advocate for survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence in hospitals across NYC. Viktorya graduated summa cum laude from Boston University with a BA in art history and pursued MAs in art history and museums studies as a Marshall Scholar at the Courtauld Institute of Art.