Clément Badra

Federal Council - Vice President - French

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I have been involved with the Green Party for almost 4 years in various volunteer roles. I am currently the Chief Executive Officer of my EDA, and the representative of the Young Greens in Quebec. My 3 years of experience on the youth council have allowed me to be aware of and understand the challenges that the party faces with relation to its internal functioning. I am also involved in my community through a citizen's organization that preserves and manages a green space that is a gem of biodiversity in the city, as well as on a committee within the project Montreal party advocating for the importance of universal accessibility and the fight against ableism, being in a wheelchair myself.

I was also a candidate in my riding in 2019, achieving the highest score of any green candidate in the history of the riding. In my professional life I had the opportunity to work in the office of one of our MPs for a year, which allowed me to get a handle on federal policy issues and how policy work inside the chamber plays out in practice for the general public and the media. I am currently working on public consultation projects related to urban adaptation to climate change, which have led me to interact with a wide variety of people, so I am used to adapting to a diverse audience. I am applying for the position because I believe I have the skills to help create a cohesive group within the council that will align the efforts of all; volunteers, governing bodies, staff, the leader's office, and member's offices to create the change we all desire.

Nominators

Elizabeth May, Daniel Green, Adrian Currie, Ilan Goldenblatt, Vincent Carbonneau, Austin Mullins, Stuart Hunter, Chad Walcott, Delaney Crawford, Shannon Carmont, Robert Sheidow, Liana Cusmano, Caitlin Brice, Kim Goldberg, Aragorn Klockars, Matthew Piggott, Kayne Alleyne-Adams, Rebecca Wood, Corey Shefman, Tim Grant