These Caribbean Nationals Received The 2017 Queen’s Young Leaders Award

Author:  News Americas
NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 30, 2017: Several lucky Caribbean youth on Thursday received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award for 2017 from Queen Elizabeth II at the 2017 Queen’s Young Leaders Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on June 29, 2017 in London, England.The Queen’s Young Leaders Programme was launched at the time of her Diamond Jubilee and aims to discover, celebrate and support young people across the Commonwealth.
Siddel Ramkissoon Eber Ravariere  Matthew Batson 
Siddel Ramkissoon from Trinidad & Tobago
received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award
for 2017 from Queen Elizabeth II.
Eber Ravariere from Dominica receiving the
Award for 2017 from Queen Elizabeth II.
Matthew Batson from Trinidad & Tobago
received the Award from Queen Elizabeth II.
Lia Nicholson Rianna Patterson Abrahim Simmonds
Miss Lia Nicholson from Antigua & Barbuda
receiving the Queen’s Young Leaders Award
from Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham
Palace on June 29, 2017 in London, England.
Miss Rianna Patterson from Dominica
receiving the award at the 2017 Queen’s
Young Leaders Awards  Ceremony at
Buckingham Palace on June 29, 2017
in London, England.
Abrahim Simmonds from Jamaica
receiving the Award for 2017 from
Queen Elizabeth II.
Dion Browne Jamilla Sealy Samantha Sheoprashad
Dion Browne from Saint Kitts and Nevis
receives his Queen’s Young Leaders
Award for 2017 from Queen Elizabeth II.
Miss Jamilla Sealy from Barbados
receives her Queen’s Young Leaders
Award for 2017 from Queen Elizabeth II.
Miss Samantha Sheoprashad from Guyana
receives her Queen’s Young Leaders
Award for 2017.
Michael Thomas    
Michael Thomas from Grenada receives a
Queen’s Young Leaders Award for 2017
from Queen Elizabeth II at the 2017
Queen’s Young Leaders Awards Ceremony
at Buckingham Palace on June 29, 2017
in London, England.
   
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