Vicky Lee is a committee member of the Walkabout Foundation, a non-profit organization that is funding research to find a cure for paralysis and donates wheelchairs to people in need around the world.
India is home to more Asian elephants than any other country on the planet. In India 101 elephant corridors have been identified for the 30,000 elephants living there. Corridors are a proven solution that work. Securing the corridors will save the future for more than 50% of the world’s population for at least the next 50 years. And that’s where we started the 101 Corridors Project. Currently Vicky Lee is serving as one of 101 Club founding members.
PROFESSORS WITHOUT BORDERS
Professors Without Borders aims to make learning, professional development and higher education available to students of all kinds, regardless of their background. By recruiting the lecturers from the most prestigious universities from around the world and adhering to an innovative teaching philosophy, students are given the power to learn and maximise their own potential. The organisation offers the opportunity for students to develop valuable skills to better their futures through their summer school programs.
Professors Without Borders has been hosted by Universities in Uganda, Sierra Leone and Thailand to inspire students to utilise their skills and branch out of their subject specialisations. The organisation is currently expanding into new countries including Liberia, Gambia and India. In August of 2018, they will be partnering with both African Rural University in Uganda and Karamat University in India for educational programs. Currently Vicky Lee is serving Professors Without Borders as U.K. Advocate