Bailey Greenspon is the Acting Co-CEO at G(irls)20, a global charity advancing young women in leadership and decision-making spaces. She has served in progressive leadership roles overseeing programming and global engagement at G(irls)20 since 2017. With a background in gender equality and development, Bailey has worked with young leaders across the G20, in West Africa, South Asia, and Canada. She is a global advocate for young women’s economic participation and is advancing intersectional, gender-based policies through the G20’s Women’s Engagement Group as the Canadian delegate, as a former advisor to the Department for Women and Gender Equality’s (WAGE) GBA+ Forum, at Canada’s G7 Youth Engagement Group. Bailey is also a proud ambassador for her hometown Toronto. She is a Founding Advisor to Progress Toronto and for the Institute for Canadian Citizenship’s 6 Degrees, and is most likely found cycling through Toronto ravines.
Democracy According to Bailey Greenspon
In the past few years, we’ve seen the small “democracy sector” transform into a creative, youthful, diverse space. I want to get involved to help welcome in new activists and advocates who at the intersections of different issues pushing for progress.
I can’t remember a time when I didn’t care about democracy! But I do specifically remember taking the bus over the US border with hundreds of other women, joining half a million others as we marched in Washington for the 2017 Women’s March and saw, with my eyes, what the “power of the people” can do.
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