LGBTIQ Greens - Our People

It's our people who shape who we are. Here are the lovely people behind LGBTIQA+ Greens.


 

Chair: Aimee Challenor

Aimee Challenor is the Equalities (LGBTIQ) Spokesperson for the Green Party of England and Wales, and Chair of LGBTIQA+ Greens, she is also a Trustee for her Coventry Pride. She volunteers for National LGBT Charity- Stonewall, on their Trans Advisory Group.

She has previously recieved a Stonewall Youth Volunteering Award for her work to tackle homophobia and transphobia in her community, she also helped organise Coventry's first Trans Day of Remembrance.

Aimee became a Green Party member in November 2014 because of their social justice policies. The Greens' advocacy of gender equality and LGBTIQA+ rights, and opposition to Austerity and TTIP immediately appealed. Aimee is a photographer in her spare time and lives in Coventry.

Twitter @GPEWAimee

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aimee.challenor@lgbtiq.greenparty.org.uk

 

 

Secretary: Molly Arthurs

 

Molly is the LGBTIQ Greens Campaigns Officer, Campaigns Officer for Ashford Green Party and sits on the Young Greens Structure and Procedures Committee. They work part time as a speaker on topics including healthy relationships and bullying and are studying Classical Civilisation and Theatre while teaching GCSE Classics classes in their spare time.

Molly has previously written a blog post for the Young Greens and is also a member of Green Party Women and Green Party Disability Group. 

They joined the Green Party when they were fifteen after meeting another member while working in a charity shop and discussing live exports. They were particularly drawn to their feminist stance and pro-immigration policies. In their spare time they are an actress, playing roles such as Medea and Hedda Gabler.

 

Twitter @mollyarthurs

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 molly.arthurs@lgbtiq.greenparty.org.uk

Deputy Chair (Job-Share): Lee-Anne Lawrance

Lee-Anne is one of three Deputy Chairs for the LGBTIQA+ Greens with a focus on graphic design. They have recently finished a degree in Graphic Communication at the University of Creative Arts in Farnham, Surrey,

They have campaigned for mental health charities since the early 2000s and is a Time to Change Champion.

Lee-Anne joined the Green Party at the beginning of 2015 because of their prioritisation of people and planet over profit. The Green Party's anti-austerity stance and compassionate understanding of social justice issues made them a party they could genuinely support. Lee-Anne likes trying new things in their spare time and lives in Chertsey.

Deputy Chair (Job-Share): Ronald Stewart

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Deputy Chair (Job-Share): Sahra Taylor

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Treasurer: Florence Scott

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