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 served as 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