Garanké Bah is a citizen involved in the community, he has always been willing to do something useful to the community, by volunteering to contribute to the well-being of people. This dedicated and generous man has acquired through his philanthropic activities, a reputation as a committed citizen, as evidenced by his 15 years of associative commitments, community and political implications.
Garanké has always been convinced that it is possible to make positive changes in people’s lives through his participation and involvement in community, community and political activities.
It is on the campuses that Garanké Bah has forged his civic conscience and his spirit of commitment through associative life and student commitment, as evidenced by his career: at the University of Reims in France where he also studied, Garanké served as President of the Reims Association of African Students and was also elected to the Board of Management of the Faculty of Law and Political Science, Associate Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political Science, member of the scientific council of the University of Reims. At the National School of Public Administration (Énap), he was a student representative on the Gatineau campus within the ENAP Student Association (AEENAP).
Garanké Bah is involved in the life of his neighborhood where he is an executive member of the Residents’ Association of the Vieux-Moulin district. Garanké is also a member of the board of the community organization Aylmer-Arms. In addition, he acts as a volunteer with Moisson Outaouais. He volunteers with the Canadian Red Cross-Gatineau. He has been a board member of the Aylmer Heritage Association. Garanké Bah sat on the Governing Board of Grande-Rivière High School as a representative of the community and was a member of the Users Committee of the CSSS de Gatineau. At the last floods in Gatineau, Garanké had also demonstrated his availability by helping the victims.
A committed activist with the Liberal Party of Canada for 5 years. He is currently the Secretary of the Federal Liberal Association of Hull-Aylmer. He is a very active volunteer at several events at the LPC headquarters in Ottawa, in Hull-Aylmer and in Pontiac. At the provincial level, Garanké is the president of the Regional Policy Commission of Quebec Liberal Party in Outaouais. He sits on the Executive Council of the Pontiac Provincial Liberal Association. Previously, he was the Regional Representative of the Cultural Communities Commission of the Quebec Liberal Party in Outaouais.
Currently, Garanké Bah works at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. He previously worked for Health Canada, the Department of Foreign Affairs of Canada, the Parliament of Canada, and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. In addition, he has worked in France in the European and International Affairs Department of the Champagne-Ardenne region. Garanké also completed two internships at the United Nations in New York: the Ombudsman’s Office and the Office of the Legal Counsel. Garanké Bah holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the National School of Public Administration (Énap), a Master’s degree in International Law, International Relations and Political Science from the University of Reims in France.