Amy Bartlett is a civil society geek, feminist, legal professional and community organizer. She has been working in the social justice NGO space for over 15 years both in Canada and internationally. Highlights include executive leadership of the Refugee Hub, RESULTS Canada, the Open Forum for CSO Development Effectiveness (based in Belgium), and CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation (based in South Africa); founding Global HERizons and ProCo Co-operative; serving as a mentor and coach to young women in a variety of programs, from Fora to Weldon Law School; and generally seeking out experiences of creating change with amazing people and organizations from across the globe.
She loves to work from a place of curiosity and compassion, and to help create meaningful change, develop human-centered processes and cultivate meaningful relationships for a more inclusive world. Amy speaks English, Spanish and French and identifies as she/her.