The Steering Committee (SC) comprises of up to two members from every region. It is the main administrative and financial body, appointed by the Congress. The SC decides upon membership requests until the next Congress and it can issue political statements on behalf of the network.
Janmejai is a young green from India, currently based in Almora. He started his career at the age of 16 in youth politics and has served one term as campaign head and two terms as a Convener of Uttarakhand Student Organization (USO). He has been actively involved in International green politics in his roles as Regional Coordinator for GYG and Steering Committee member of Asia Pacific Young Greens Network (APYGN). He is passionate about youth politics, feminism, LGBTQ+ and labour rights and very vocal about Right to Education and against privatization of health. Janmejai likes traveling and treking in himalayan ranges.
Liliane is a young green from the Ruhr Area in Germany which is an interesting model for structural change by exiting coal. She has been involved with green politics from the age of 14 and has been active in several parts of the German Young Greens since then. She took it to the international level through FYEG’s Social Europe Working group.
She is passionate about social justice and equality, sustainability and transformation processes to achieve a global way of living within planetary borders.
In her spare freetime she loves to read a lot of books and acting on theatre’s stage and in political satire.
Salome Gikonyo is a Twenty Four (24)-year old dynamic, motivated and intelligent young Kenyan woman with a keen interest in Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Development. She holds a BSc. in Environmental Science from Kenyatta University (2019). She has four years hands-on experience in carrying out environmental conservation activities such as tree growing, Clean Ups and Environmental education in communities and schools. She has been an active member of The Green Congress Party of Kenya since 2018.