Victoria Washington is a stay at home mom and serial entrepreneur. She cherishes the time that she spends with her amazing daughter, Addison Olivia. She earned her B.S. Chemistry degree from the University of Michigan and utilizes her science background as a co-founder and general manager of Detroit Dough, a safe-to-eat cookie dough distributor located in Detroit, MI.
As part of her community involvement, Victoria serves as the Mommy Ambassador for Black Mothers’ Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA). She has also successfully participated in the Community-Based Doula Training Program in hopes of supporting moms through prenatal, birth, and postnatal care. Her role as Mommy Ambassador allows her to regularly interface with a diverse group of women and forge positive relationships within the community while encouraging women in their breastfeeding journey.