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Saint Lucia National Youth Council launches Youth Ambassadors Network

PRESS RELEASE: December 12th, 2017.  The Saint Lucia National Youth Council officially launched its Youth Ambassadors Network on Saturday December 9th, 2017 during a ceremony at the Conference Room of the Department of Youth and Sports.

The Saint Lucia National Youth Council has realized the importance of developing the leadership prowess of youth, and as such, aims to provide the relevant platforms for young Saint Lucians to realize their leadership potential. The Youth Ambassadors Network will provide youth with the opportunity to cultivate these skills through representation at events on the community, district, national, regional and international levels. Through training, the young ambassadors will receive the relevant knowledge and experience in order to provide the best representation for themselves and their communities. Ambassadors will be nurtured, in order to take up the mantle of youth development in Saint Lucia.


A committed network of inspiring youth, working diligently to provide quality representation for themselves and their communities; acting as role models to their peers.


To build and culture leadership in Saint Lucian youth, by providing them with the capacity and opportunities to serve as representatives of their communities, districts and countries.  

The NYC also used the opportunity to launch the International Chapter of the Youth Ambassadors Network. The role of the International Ambassadors will be to represent the voices of, and engage Saint Lucian in the diaspora.

The SLNYC Youth Ambassadors are:

McAllister Hunt, 19

Arts and Advocacy

Vieux Fort


Kurt Hyacinth, 29

Finance and Technology

South Castries


Zia Barnard, 23

Science and the Environment



Kendal Seraphim, 17

Student Advocacy

Anse La Raye/Babonneau


Chadel Mathurin, 25

Social Development

Laborie/Vieux Fort


Chrishna St Brice, 26

Youth Advocacy and Agriculture



Theona Edan, 20

Arts and Culture

Dennery/Gros Islet


Krishna Jaunai, 24

Youth Development and Education



Yasmine Francois, 26

Youth Empowerment



Reshul Narhari, 18

Science, Technology , Engineering and Math (S.T.E.M.)

Gros Islet


Yakub Nestor, 24

International Trade and Investment



Sam Eudovique, 23

Arts and Education



Terrel Deligny, 20

Sports and Arts



Shanice Francis, 19

Youth Empowerment and Advocacy

Gros Islet


Giovanni Charles, 19

Arts and Culture

South Castries


Leenel Lafeuillee, 20

Sports and Business



Shanya Evans, 25

Education, Communication and Entrepreneurship

South Castries


Stacy Elva-Lafeuillee, 26


Vieux Fort


David Henry, 24

Sport for Development and Peace



Kezia St Brice, 22

Youth Empowerment



Youth Ambassadors International

Monique Sterling, 21 (Chairperson)
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, USA

Akhenaton Pierre, 21
Morgan State University, USA

Nyhymn Terrance, 20
Ishou University, Taiwan


Ambassadors will serve for the period 2017-2019, and will each be paired with a mentor to guide them through the journey. The Saint Lucia National Youth Council wishes to thank the Department of Youth and Sports, the National Lotteries Authority and the Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network (CYPAN) for their support of the Network.

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