We’re very excited to introduce our seven hand-picked facilitators:
Eva Joseph is a resident of Derniere Rerviere, Mabouya Valley. Presently, she is attending the Sir Aurthur Lewis Community College in View-fort. She is 21 years of age, a young and vibrant individual, with intentions of becoming a successful woman. This attitude is indispensable for the achievement of any goals she sets in her life, even when it may seem impossible.
Shervonne Cassius is a resident of Aux-Lyons, Dennery, and has recently completed her Associates Degree from Sir Aurthur Lewis Community College. Shevonne is actively involved in sports in her community: she is a member of the Aux-Lyons United Sports Club and the Mabouya Youth and Sports Council. Her interests include reading and taking part in sports, especially netball. It will take passionate leaders like her to make a difference.
Leyanna Felicien is originally from Gardette, but now resides in Richfond, Dennery. What she enjoys most is socializing and playing sports. She completed her secondary education at the Clendon Mason Memorial Secondary School and later finished a course of studies at Sir Aurthur Community College. Here interest in the environment and strong values led us to select her to take part in the Project for Peace Student Summer Program.
Malonia St. Juste
Malonia St. Juste resides in the community of Derniere Riviere, Mabouya Valley. Malonia enjoys socializing and meeting new people. She strongly believes that anyone can achieve anything it they put their mind to do it. Her beliefs and strong sense of conviction are displayed in her life through her actions.
Kimran John is from Grande Ravine. He attended the Clendon Mason Memorial Secondary school. Kimran serves as the Public Relation Officer (PRO) of the Grande Ravine Youth Group and PRO of the Survivals Sports Club. His interest are in hospitality, travel, and tourism. He is an aspiring businessman ans is also interested law. He is a disciplined individual who can easily adapt to change. Kimran is a team player and role model to the youth in his community.
Useline Eudovic is a resident of Grande Ravine. She enjoys meeting and working with new people. Over the past five years Useline have gained experience and inter-personal skills through her works as a receptionist with Hess Oil. As a member of the Mabouya Valley Environmental Club she participated in the Youth Poverty Alleviation Through Heritage and Tourism (Youth Path) Program during which she received training in Computer Graphics Design. She has experience in river stabilization project and understands the issues facing the environment.
Vernon Emmanuel is from the community of Belmont. He attended the Clendon Mason Memorial Secondary School form 1994 to 1999. From 1998 to 2000 Vernon served as the president of the Mabouya Valley Environmental Club where he oversaw the implementation of several projects including the first Fond D’Or beach clean up, and the first Grand Ravine riverbank stabilization project. Vernon has actively participated in many development programs in his community and the Mabouya Valley such as cricket and football. Vernon’s passion and experience in community development will be an important asset for the project.
This is our Team!