WEF/Young Global Leaders/2021
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- Andrew Bragg is an Australian politician. He became a Senator in 2019.
- Adriana Cargill is a member of the Cargill family, the fourth-wealthiest family in America. She works as a journalist in Los Angeles at KCRW Radio.
- Andrey Guryev. In April 2020 moderated conference on "the possibility of a dramatic transformation in the structure, principles and processes for doing business following the coronavirus pandemic."
- Martín Guzmán - Argentinian Minister of Economy from 2019. Oversaw some of the longest lockdowns in the world (rumored to be after deal with George Soros).
- Izkia Siches - Chilean doctor prominent in corporate media during the Covid-19 deep event. In 2022 appointed Minister of Interior and Public Security, the second most important in government after new President Boric. Fan of fellow YGL, New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern.
- Vera Daves de Sousa was made finance minister of Angola when she was 35.
- Amélie de Montchalin is a French politician. She has been a minister under President Macron, responsible for implementing the pass sanitaire in public services.
- Garlin Gilchrist II is a US politician. He has been Gretchen Whitmer's deputy since 2019.
- Ibram X. Kendi is an American author and activist. He believes the low take-up of Black people having the COVID vaccine is due to racism.
- Devi Sridhar is a Professor and Chair of Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh. In 2020, she advised the Scottish government on dealing with COVID-19.
- Vasudha Vats is a Vice president of Pfizer.
The WEF categorised their young leaders by region.
YGLs by region
- Africa: 8 YGLs
- ASEAN: 9 YGLs
- Australia and Oceania: 2 YGLs
- Caribbean: 1 YGL
- Eurasia: 2 YGLs
- Europe: 23 YGLs
- Greater China: 9 YGLs
- Japan: 1 YGL
- Korea and North Asia: 3 YGLs
- Latin America: 9 YGLs
- Middle East & North Africa: 12 YGLs
- North America: 20 YGLs
- South Asia: 9 YGLs
16 of the 102 of the members already have pages here:
|Andrew Bragg||Australian Senator; WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021|
|Sinéad Burke||Irish disability activist. WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021|
|Adriana Cargill||WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021|
|Andrey Guryev||Russian businessman|
|Martín Guzmán||Argentinean Minister of Economy during the Covid-lockdowns and debt restructuring.|
|Garlin Gilchrist II||Deputy of Governor Gretchen Whitmer, WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021|
|Ibram X Kendi||Selected as Young Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2021.|
|Jessica Mauboy||Australian singer,|
|Amélie de Montchalin||French politician, WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021|
|Vivek Ramaswamy||Republican candidate in the US/2024 Presidential election|
|Izkia Siches||Chilean doctor prominent in corporate media during the Covid-19 deep event. In 2022 appointed Minister of Interior and Public Security, the second most important in government after the President. WEF Young Global Leader 2021 and fan of fellow YGL, New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern.|
|Vera Daves de Sousa||Millennial finance minister of Angola; WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021|
|Devi Sridhar||WEF Young Global Leader pushing SDS policy. In 2020, Devi Sridhar advised the Scottish government on how to deal with COVID in Scotland. Unflinching in to children.|
|Alanoud Bint Hamad Al Thani||The youngest Young Leader at the World Economic Forum in 2021.|
|Vasudha Vats||Vice president of Pfizer.|
|Lea Wermelin||Danish cabinet minister; WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021|