Rachele De Angelis & Carla-Anide Guillaume2021 Delegates, Youth 7
- Youth 7
- United Kingdom
About Rachele De Angelis & Carla-Anide Guillaume
Rachele De Angelis and Carla-Anide Guillaume are two of the delegates at the 2021 Y7, in charge of the climate and environment proposals for the G7 negotiations.
Rachele is Head of the Italian delegation at the 2021 Y7. She has completed a Bachelor’s degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at LUISS University in Rome, and she is now Master’s candidate in International Public Management at the Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences Po Paris. She is currently working for the OECD Department for the Public Affairs and Communication Directorate, where she is contributing to the upcoming events of the OECD.
Passionate about the management of climate change and nature degradation, Rachele is interested in the public and private cooperation to tackle their risks in global economy. She joined the OECD Environment Directorate in June 2020, in the Green Growth and Global Relation Unit, where she contributed to the organisation of the Green Growth and Sustainable Development Forum. She also researched on the topics of the green-inclusive growth nexus, where she focused on the costs of climate change and environmental degradation on different societal groups.
Carla-Anide Guillaume is the Canadian Delegate for the climate and environment track at the 2021 Y7 Summit. Passionate about international cooperation, sustainability, and technology, she is dedicated to making our global village a better place for future generations.
Carla is currently working as research assistant for the International Training Program in Development Evaluation where she monitors gender integration, the effectiveness and sustainability of development programs in francophone Africa and Haiti.
Carla has completed an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Concordia University and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration at the École nationale d’administration publique du Québec (ENAP). She has received an Emerging Talent Award from the Bar of Montreal and through her leadership and community involvement, continues to be committed to social issues like environmental justice, inclusion and gender equality. Alongside her academic and professional accomplishments, Carla is also the editor of an online publication called SAYASPORA, a platform for young African women worldwide, and a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers hub of Montreal.