- Age: 30
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Women continue to experience systematic exclusion and inequality on varying scales, worldwide. Advocacy work has considerable potential to create meaningful and lasting change so that our daughters can grow up in a world that protects them.
- Ainsleigh Walker
Ainsleigh Walker is originally from Australia and is currently based in France. She received a dual Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Global Studies from the Australian Catholic University in 2018. As Internal Communication Senior Manager for EcoVadis, the leading business sustainability ratings provider, Ainsleigh is responsible for leading the global internal communications team and strategy. She also volunteered for the USA Girls Scouts Overseas Paris as Troop Co-leader and served a one year mandate as Secretary.
What ignited your pursuit for gender equality?
Strong female role models in my family and friends ignited my desire to make a positive change toward reaching gender equality. I feel a sense of injustice about the struggles women face globally to feel safe and access basic services.
Please share your biggest wins as an advocate for gender equality.
Through volunteering for the USA Girl Scouts Overseas in Paris, we are shaping the young leaders of tomorrow. Being able to empower and equip them with confidence, knowledge, and leadership skills is a great experience.
Outside of your gender equality advocacy work, what do you enjoy doing?
In my downtime, I enjoy traveling, reading, visiting museums and art galleries, going to the theatre, and seeing live music.
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