Yesterday, we had a blast at the South Queens Women’s March Fall Festival! Our Young Women’s Leadership Academy (YWLA) student, Natasha Singh, joined in the fun and had the opportunity to talk to many community members about our initiatives.
This event, held in Richmond Hill, Queens allowed us to connect and share with the predominantly Guyanese community, reminding us of the power of unity and collaboration. We also enjoy traditional Guyanese cuisine and cultural musical performances and dance, and left with hope in our hearts and look forward to building a brighter, more inclusive future together.
Thank you SEQWM for having us; we’re grateful to have been part of such a diverse and inclusive event. Here’s to more fun, learning, and community bonding in the future! Keep an eye out for upcoming events and opportunities, and let’s keep working together to empower young women and build stronger communities!
Learn About YWLA
If you weren’t able to join us, no worries! Just click the link to learn more about our Young Women’s Leadership Academy (YWLA23) and find out how to apply. It’s a wonderful opportunity for young women to develop leadership skills and make a difference.