Rosie Baker

Office Manager and Local Party Contact

Rosie Baker

RI completed my MSc in Research for Public Policy and Practice from UCL, specialising in autism research. I am now a Research Assistant for the York Food Poverty Alliance and am setting up a pay-as-you-feel cafe, The Real Junk Food Project: York.

Professionally, I have been an education and disability practitioner in Manchester, Jersey and currently at Yorkshire universities. Since coming to York in 2015 I have also worked for Barnardo’s in West Yorkshire and QA Research in York.

I completed one year as voluntary Projects Officer for the York Bus Forum, and is a regular activist for campaigns such as anti-fracking and YorSpace housing and have served some time as Yorkshire & Humber’s regional representative on Green Party Regional Committee (one of the national committees that run the Green Party or England and Wales).//Whilst living in Jersey I was secretary of the Reform Jersey Party, and political assistant to one of their elected members, which is where my interest in local party politics and campaigning for a more equal society really began. Now for the Greens, my role involves contributing to policy matters (children’s services, education, housing), and I work in the local party office assisting with casework, campaigns, planning events and coordinating volunteers.

I have a 7-year old son – a Green Party activist in the making! – meaning family-friendly events and meetings are really important. Last but not least, I won over 1500 votes in the Micklegate by-election in June 2017, coming 2nd at the ballot-box.

City of York Council: Treat York's market traders fairly! - Sign the Petition! via @UKChange

Other places already do it, but there is now a petition @CityofYork to review all one-way streets, with aim of progressively converting them either to two-way use or permitting contra-flow cycling. Please sign #York
@CycleHeaven @YorkCycle @YorkBikeBelles

Vote Green: if not now WHEN? the #ClimateEmergency isn't going to go away. You know it makes sense as do lots on @bishyroadnet who visited @YorkGreens stall today

Green General Electoon campaign start in #Acomb this morning. Meeting our candidate for #York Central @TomFranklin this morning between 10 and 12 at the Front Street Shops. #VoteGreen2019

Care for ourselves, nature & our future thru GOOD FOOD @IKnowFood @YESIUoY @Yorkfoodjustice #circularyorks #circulareconomy

Thanks @GreenerLars for your work in last months since beeing selected. Another elections that shows we need #electoralreform We need prevent deeply damaging #Brexit together & concentrate now on getting more Green MPs elected to fight #ClimateEmergency #York Central has option!

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