FLOW Endorses Young Leader – Tiffany Bourne

FLOW is very pleased to endorse young Tiffany Bourne, who will join the prestigious Young Leaders from over 145 countries around the world, to attend the Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC) in Washington DC, United States of America.

The GYLC is designed to produce future CEO’s and world leaders, providing them with the skills needed to acquire success such as confidence, decision making, and exposure to international diplomacy.

Student Tiffany Bourne receiving sponsorship from Flow’s communications coordinator Neilsa Layne

Student Tiffany Bourne receiving sponsorship from Flow’s communications coordinator Neilsa Layne

Tiffany, an exemplary sixth form student of Combermere School student, will travel on July 3rd to the 13 day conference, which was held in China and Europe earlier this year. At the conference, she will join other inspiring youths to attend seminars on Building Prosperity, Working to End Poverty, Cross-Cultural Communications and Leadership Speaking: Increasing Global Literacy, as well as workshops on Environment Global Public Health. They will also have tours to historic areas in Washington.

The 18-year-old who also attended Ellerslie Secondary School where she obtained 9 CXCs, is currently studying Economics, Accounting and Management of Business at Combermere, and is eagerly awaiting to attend college in Canada before pursuing a career in Financial Banking.

Tiffany was selected to attend GYLC because she held the skill set required by the George Mason University, a partnership with Envision, who has been mentoring students for the last 28 years.

Tiffany said “I hope to gain knowledge to prepare for the world of work and I’m excited to meet global leaders and also to visit the White House. I am also very grateful to everyone who supported me and made this a reality. “

Shelly Ann Hee Chung, Vice President of sales, marketing and communications, Eastern Caribbean said, “We at Flow believe in investing in our youth, providing them with the opportunity to grow and develop themselves into the business persons and leaders of tomorrow. This is why it was important to us to support young Tiffany on her journey. We also want to reach out to corporate Barbados to explore ways that they can further create opportunities that will expose our youth to behaviours that can develop their full potential such like this opportunity“.

For more information about the GYLC visit their website at www.envisionexperience.com.

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