20-year old Chloe Donovan has been a strong advocate for social action since the age of 12 when she first became the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) member for South Norfolk. She was at the UKYP representing the views of young people in her area and campaigning on a wide range of issues. She has since spent 3 years working for the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services as a Young Facilitator where she supported various youth participation and social action programmes and delivered a range of social leadership training. She is also the only young person to sit on the Canal & River Trust’s Council, and Chairs their Youth Engagement Advisory Group.
Speaking about her appointment Chloe said: I’m so proud that I have the opportunity to contribute to the impact of such a pioneering and important movement, I hope that I can effectively advocate the opinions of other young people on the issues that are important to them and have fun too!