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Victoria Maloch


Victoria Maloch, from Magnolia, Arkansas, is interested in rural development and the impact various policies have on rural communities like her own. Most recently, she worked as a Truman-Albright Fellow in the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, an office within the US Department of Heath and Human Services. Additionally, she has held internships at the US House of Representatives, US Department of Agriculture, and the White House

Domestic Policy Council under the Obama Administration. During her undergraduate studies, Victoria participated in community development programs in Belize and Mozambique and served as a national officer for the largest youth-led organization in the US, the National FFA Organization (formerly Future Farmers of America). Victoria holds a

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences from the University of Arkansas and is excited to be completing her graduate studies in the UK as a Marshall Scholar.