ANNAMIE PAUL

Annamie is a social entrepreneur and public policy advocate. She has over 15 years of experience in external relations, including as the former Director of the Barcelona International Public Policy Action Plan Secretariat; Brussels Director for Crisis Action, a leading conflict prevention NGO; Advisor in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court; and Political Officer in Canada’s Mission to the European Union where she was responsible for the human rights, development, and conflict prevention portfolios. Annamie has extensive experience in conceptualising and launching social enterprises. In addition to BIPP HUB, she is the founder of the Canadian Centre for Political Leadership (CCPL), a non-profit that trained women, LGBTQ+, Indigenous and racialised peoples to run for office and public leadership positions. Her organisation was awarded a Fellowship by the Echoing Green Foundation, a leading social venture philanthropy.

Annamie currently serves on the Board of Climate Infrastructure Partnership (CLIP) and Higher Education Alliance for Refugees (HEAR) and she advises the Institute for Integrated Transitions (IFIT) and Operation Black Vote Canada (OBVC). She is a former member of the Steering Committee for Equal Voice Canada and has published articles and policy papers on social inclusion and representation in Canadian politics. Annamie is an inaugural Action Canada Fellow, an Echoing Green Fellow alumni and a recipient of the Canadian Black Business and Professional Association Harry Jerome Award. She is a Barrister and Solicitor (Ontario) and holds a Master of Public Affairs from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ottawa.

 

ANNAMIE PAUL

Annamie is a social entrepreneur and public policy advocate. She has over 15 years of experience in external relations, including as the former Director of the Barcelona International Public Policy Action Plan Secretariat; Brussels Director for Crisis Action, a leading conflict prevention NGO; Advisor in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court; and Political Officer in Canada’s Mission to the European Union where she was responsible for the human rights, development, and conflict prevention portfolios. Annamie has extensive experience in conceptualising and launching social enterprises. In addition to BIPP HUB, she is the founder of the Canadian Centre for Political Leadership (CCPL), a non-profit that trained women, LGBTQ+, Indigenous and racialised peoples to run for office and public leadership positions. Her organisation was awarded a Fellowship by the Echoing Green Foundation, a leading social venture philanthropy.

Annamie currently serves on the Board of Climate Infrastructure Partnership (CLIP) and Higher Education Alliance for Refugees (HEAR) and she advises the Institute for Integrated Transitions (IFIT) and Operation Black Vote Canada (OBVC). She is a former member of the Steering Committee for Equal Voice Canada and has published articles and policy papers on social inclusion and representation in Canadian politics. Annamie is an inaugural Action Canada Fellow, an Echoing Green Fellow alumni and a recipient of the Canadian Black Business and Professional Association Harry Jerome Award. She is a Barrister and Solicitor (Ontario) and holds a Master of Public Affairs from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ottawa.