Born in Lausanne Switzerland, cosmopolitan Victoria Aitken is British, Swiss and Serbian.
Educated in Switzerland and Germany, Victoria further earned a degree in International Relations in the United States from Georgetown University. Citizen of the world, Victoria, a singer and a writer professionally, has already taken genuine interest in politics publishing numerous articles in the British press and has taken an active role in philanthropic matters. She has co-produced a very important movie documentary on major philanthropists in the world and to further her personal plight, she is about to released her first book detailing her journey to Northern Sahara to highlight the plight the Sahrawi people in Algeria. Her book is a moving tribute to their struggle, their open hearted hospitality and inextinguishable pride.
Bursting with life, Victoria Aitken is best known for her musical endeavours and has currently got songs on the top of the charts in Germany and in the UK. Our lovely Victoria answered our two questions within minutes from her mobile prior to catching a flight and on her way to give a concert:
What Brings You Happiness?
I am easily made happy. Very small things make me happy, such as having a great time with friends, I love interesting conversations and anyone who can make me laugh .... Reading a great book and of course listening to music (and making it too.)
What Would You Change (If You Could) To Make Our World
A Better Place?
I would make taking psychology degrees less expensive so that there are more psychologists around and that the good ones study more to be smarter- so that psychologists can help more people in their personal lives to be happier in their relationships. (Less divorce etc). I would also make laws much greener, such as governments giving more money towards green ventures, recently I've heard about amazing projects, such as one that turns all waste water into algae for fish food, but they cannot get started as they don't have the money.