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Empowering, inspiring, motivating and celebrating the brilliance & achievements of Guyanese women across the Globe.
Empowering, inspiring, motivating and celebrating the brilliance & achievements of Guyanese women across the Globe.

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Sapphire was awarded for her work with her ‘Heart full of Dreams’ project with her brand D’Obviousrose, which is marketed mainly through her website at http://dobviousrose.com.

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“Roberts remembers in her formative years she went to school barefooted and held her books in her hand or in a plastic bag. She often used a boat for most of her travels to and from school,”

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Annetta Seecharran is the Executive Director at Chhaya CDC, an anti-poverty organization in Jackson Heights that advocates for the needs of New York City’s South Asian community. The group aims to address what Seecharran describes as a gap in services for immigrants. She Rocks!

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Guyanese Michelle A. Nicholas, Vice President of Development and External Affairs, Family Services of Westchester, has been named a 2017 Rising Star by the Business Council of Westchester (BCW) in its annual “40 Under 40” Awards. Congratulations Michelle - You Rock! #GuyaneseGirlsRock

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Introducing Alica Senhouse, a food blogger of Guyanese heritage specializing in gourmet Caribbean cuisine.
"I was born in New York City, but my parents are from Guyana, a small country in South America. I grew up in Queens, NY, where I also attended college- I graduated from St. John’s University in Queens. Immediately after college I relocated to Rochester, NY for work. Moving out and living on my own at the age of 21 taught me how to be independent and meant that I had to cook for myself. Naturally, I missed home and one of the things I missed most was my mother’s cooking. After spending a lot of time experimenting in the kitchen, I learned that culinary arts was my true passion. A few years ago I left the corporate world to become a stay at home mom to my two boys. I currently reside in Florida with my husband and kids."

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Magna Fiona Wills is Executive Director and Co-Founder of a Youth Development Organisation – Specialists in Sustained Youth Development and Research Inc [SSYDR]. She Rocks!

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McPherson was able to accomplish the perfect getaway scoring the enviable feat of two Fulbright scholarships in one year. “I am the first person in the world to get both of those in one year…,” she shared.

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Dr. Duncan’s work is centered on developing and integrating innovative statistical approaches to advance public health and health care research and support across Ontario.

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“To know I was the first female referee at the ‘PC’ tournament was a good achievement and an honour,” Prescott said in an interview on the Turkeyen campus. “The experience was wonderful. It was a very intense game.”

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Congratulations to Sherif Fraser on receiving Sen. Parker’s Women of Distinction 2017 Award!
Senator Kevin Parker’s Woman of Distinction is a fitting tribute to Guyanese-born Sherif Fraser, district manager of Brooklyn Community Board 17 in the 21st Senate District, who has dedicated her life to community service since migrating of the United States in 1982.
Fraser, president of the non-profit Guyana Unity Movement, (GUM), a motivator and exceptional citizen in the community, who began her career at the Department of Environmental Protection Communications Center, thanked Sen. Parker, member of the Senate Select Committee on Technology & Innovation, for the prestigious honor, stating that she was proud to have dedicated her life and career to serving the residents of her district.
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