Siobhan Davenport is an advocate for gender and economic justice, while a champion for BIPOC girls and young women. She has over 20 years of non-profit leadership experience working to build national and Washington, DC regional collaborative partnerships and networks, informed by single women and their children, to bring systemic changes to break the cycle of poverty. For the past four years, Siobhan has served as a Commissioner on the Maryland Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism, awarding more than $4 million a year in AmeriCorps grants across the state. She is a SOAR Fellow of The Aspen Forum on Women and Girls. Siobhan has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Boston University and a master’s degree in journalism from American University in Washington, DC. She lives in Maryland with her partner and two children.