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Meet our new Board!

24/11/2022

The European Youth Forum's General Assembly elected a new Board for the years 2023-24. Our members also elected the Financial Control Commission and appointed the Consultative Body on Membership Applications.

Our member organisations, meeting in the European Youth Forum's General Assembly in Tirana, Albania, elected today our new Board. It will officially take its mandate on 1 January 2023 and will lead the work of the European Youth Forum in striving for youth rights.

The Board for 2023-2024 is:

President:
  • María Rodríguez Alcázar
Vice presidents:
  • Christiana Xenofontos
  • Elias Dray
Members:
  • Andreea-Alexandra Scrioșteanu
  • Daniele Taurino
  • Ismael Paez Civico
  • Mark McNulty
  • Natalia Kallio
  • Nicholas Kujala
  • Rareș Voicu

Siobhán Gallagher was elected to serve on the Financial Control Commission.

The appointed Consultative Body on Membership Applications members are:

  • Caillum Hedderman
  • Daniela Ordowski
  • Freja Ellefsen
  • Simona Dimitrova

This is a moment to thank all our volunteers, past and present, for dedicating their time and effort to the success of the platform and all young people.

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