Victoria Levack

Disability Rights Advocate, PADSCAN Media Liaison

Victoria Levack is a 32 year old Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee medal winner, podcast host, and a disability and human rights activist who focuses on the right to housing in the community. She is a first voice advocate for those in the disability community, specifically those forced to live in long-term care. At the age of 21, she was told in order to access the necessary types of support she would need to survive — she must move into a seniors home. Since then she has fought tirelessly to make sure no other person with a disability will be forced to make this choice and she is now living in the community as of November 2022.

Victoria is also very passionate about educating others regarding the intersectionality between sexuality and disability. She is the current spokesperson for the Disability Rights Coalition of Nova Scotia. She is a passionate public speaker and always strives to do what is best for her community. She also plans to run for Halifax city Council in 2025.

Victoria’s Expertise Includes:

  • First voice disability advocacy
  • Accessibility
  • Sexuality
  • Human rights
  • Poverty

Victoria is available for keynote speeches, workshops and panels.

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