Caro Loutfi is currently the Executive Director of Apathy is Boring, a national non-partisan organization working to engage Canadian youth in democracy. She worked her way up within Apathy is Boring, starting out as a Communications Intern, then working as the Youth-Friendly Coordinator and lastly as Director of Operations. She was previously a co-producer for Montreal’s Art Matters Festival, in which she was responsible for event management and festival coordination, working to create meaningful space for community development through art. She has been involved in the volunteer sector for over 9 years and graduated with distinction from Concordia University with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Human Rights. While at Concordia she was awarded the Erin Walker Humanitarian Award for demonstration of humanitarian service while in pursuit of academic excellence. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, by a multicultural family mixed with Lebanese, Japanese and Canadian traditions, she is bilingual in English and French. She has an honest understanding of the values of youth engagement, is passionate about social change and motivated by art’s ability to encourage accessibility.