The LoveVi organization was created to provide advocacy, youth development training and services for the disadvantaged youth
population such as low-income, and or homeless population, at risk youth, first generation college students, returning
adolescents, and youth with learning disabilities in ward 8. The organization was established in April of 2020 by Victoria Akinseye.
We Promote and teach practical life skills such as money management, sexual health, and conflict resolution that our youth may face in the real world.
LoveVi Only creates a space for discussion forums that provide opportunities for older youth to express their thoughts freely in a safe environment.
We establish new relationships with adolescence and parents to gain a better understanding on how to build on strengths and remove barriers to success for our youth we serve.
Our mentorship, coaching, and training programs prepares our youth to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood to achieve their full potential.
Our youth development programs are promoted through activities such as career exploration, community service, leadership engagement, and personal empowerment that helps youth develop social, ethical, emotional, physical, and cognitive competencies.
Demonstrating quality standards and core values to direct our work is critical to fulfilling our commitment and purpose to our youth.
I provide youth development training and mentoring to at-risk youth in the disadvantaged areas of Washington, DC. The business operates online and also in person at community events to engage with the youths as well as community partners, and city leaders. I decided to start this business to help youths overcome barriers or challenges that may interfere with their success. In addition, to set a good example for my daughter on how to beat the odds and achieve their goals.
I was born in Washington, DC where I was privileged to have mentors guide me in the right direction during my youth years. My mentors prevented me from getting into trouble. Today, we have a lot of youth that are growing up in homes that don’t show them love, compassion, or guidance as they grow. My passion is to help at-risk youth overcome different challenges they may face growing up. In addition, establish new relationships with adolescence and parents to gain a better understanding of how to build on strengths and remove barriers to success for the youth I serve. I love to create unions that will empower our youth to rise above all obstacles or barriers based on household, income, access to quality education, race, and health care.