Call me Bailey! I’m a Multimedia Producer, Arts Assessor and Creative Programmer focusing on youth engagement. I have eight years experience in the nonprofit sector and hold a Bachelors Degree in Film and Media Studies (with Journalism) from Manchester School of Art.
I currently spend half the week with Campaign Bootcamp as their Community Coordinator. The other half of the week I try to travel, whilst providing consultation on diversity and inclusion, facilitating workshops on anti-oppression, assisting with programming film festivals and spaces for queer and trans youth in Toronto, CA, Seattle, WA and London, UK.
As the youngest member of the Roundhouse Board of Trustees, I championed diversity and equality across the organisation, working on the venues diversity strategy and supporting the production of Puffball. I obtained a Level 2 Diploma in Diversity and Equality and specialised training in Transgender Awareness. I am the recipient of The Winston Churchill Fellowship, traveling across Canada and the U.S. to research the effects of creative and leadership projects on the wellbeing and development of queer and trans youth.
Between 2016 and 2018 I sat on the the Buddies in Bad Times Board of Directors, Directed Rainbow Camp’s Programme, been a Research Associate for an evaluation of Supporting Our Youth, supported the programming of Inside Film Festival and facilitated workshops on anti-oppression within the Toronto District School Board.