Gia Gaspard Taylor, a national of Trinidad and Tobago, dedicates herself to serving her country. 

With a focus on youth, women, and the disadvantaged, she brings her wealth of experience in education, entrepreneurship, women's advancement, youth development, and climate change to various committees and associations. 

Gia is the president of the Network of the Rural Women Producers Trinidad and Tobago (NRWPTT), which holds Special Consultative Status on the United Nations Social and Economic Council since 2016. 

She served as Mayoress of Port of Spain for 17 years and actively supports the inclusion of women in politics through her involvement in training initiatives

She is highly involved in international organizations. 

She serves as the National Representative for the UN-UNESCO WSIS World Summit Award and is a member of the UN Women Advisory Council for Latin America and the Caribbean. 

Gia has also contributed to the UN Women Caribbean Multi-Office Advisory Council and the UN Women Advisory Council for the Caribbean Region. 

Additionally, she is actively engaged in the preparation of the UN UNESCO Quadrennial Report with the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Arts.