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Country Chair: Ashleigh Rolle

The Bahamas

Ashleigh Rolle

Country Chair For The Bahamas

Ashleigh Rolle is a One Young World Ambassador and former curator of The Global Shapers Nassau Hub in the Bahamas. Since the age of 16, she has used her summers to work closely with the Bahamas Mortgage Corporation, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Freeport Grand Bahama. She began volunteering with Global Dignity in 2011 and has since become a Country Chair where she has mobilized Global Shapers in the Bahamas to participate in annual Global Dignity Days in schools throughout the country.

In 2016 she, alongside trained dancer Chivvaun Abigail Smith, launched The Grand Bahama Dance Clinic whose mission is to promote 'Dignity Through Movement' by giving young artists free access to the performing arts. Ashleigh is unapologetically outspoken and has used platforms like Mindthis Magazine, 10th Year Seniors and The Huffington Post to put words to thoughts many may have the inability to. As a lover of life and a true comic at heart, Ashleigh lives by the words of Dr Seuss, “Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”