Celebrating Excellence: Our GGRF Scholars Shine Bright
Jasmine Collins, Macy Katideen, and Rihanna Harris Embark on Inspiring Academic Journeys
Guyanese Girls Rock Foundation (GGRF) is proud to announce the recipients of our prestigious merit scholarships. These outstanding young women have demonstrated exceptional dedication, talent, and ambition. We are thrilled to celebrate their achievements and support their academic pursuits.
🌟 Jasmine Collins: A Rising Star in Medicine
Congratulations to Jasmine Collins for being awarded the Guyanese Girls Rock Foundation Merit Scholarship worth $1,000 and The Health Science Professional Scholarship of $500 from the College of Health Professions at PACE University. Jasmine’s remarkable achievement is a testament to her hard work and was made possible through a special recommendation from our YWLA program director, Dr. Kyomi Gregory-Martin.
Jasmine, a graduate of the GGRF Young Women’s Leadership Academy (YWLA2023), has been an active participant for four years. Her passion and commitment have set her on the path to becoming a Doctor of Obstetrics & Gynecology. This fall, Jasmine will begin her pre-med studies at Emory University, a significant step toward her dream career.
We extend our heartfelt wishes to Jasmine for a bright and successful future. Your determination and achievements inspire us all. Go forth and reach for the stars, Jasmine!
🎓 Macy Katideen: Engineering a Bright Future
We also extend our congratulations to Macy Katideen, recipient of another Guyanese Girls Rock Foundation Merit Scholarship of $1,000. Macy, a graduate of the GGRF Young Women’s Leadership Academy (YWLA24), is set to attend The City College of New York this fall, where she will pursue her passion for civil engineering.
Macy, your perseverance and dedication are truly inspiring. We are confident that you will excel in your studies and make significant contributions to the field of engineering. Your journey is just beginning, and we are proud to support you every step of the way.
🏅 Rihanna Harris: A Beacon of Community Service
Lastly, we congratulate Rihanna Harris, the proud recipient of a Guyanese Girls Rock Foundation Merit Scholarship worth $1,000, generously sponsored by the Mildred’s Way Fund. Rihanna has been honored with the prestigious “Named” Scholarship, celebrating the centennial birthday of Mildred Visca Hall.
Rihanna, a distinguished graduate of the GGRF Young Women’s Leadership Academy (YWLA23), aims to become a nurse. She will be studying Biology at St. John’s University starting this fall. Rihanna’s dedication to her community and academic promise are commendable.
We eagerly look forward to witnessing Rihanna’s future successes and accomplishments. Rihanna, your journey is an inspiration to us all, and we are immensely proud of you!
💜🎓💚 In Closing
To Jasmine, Macy, and Rihanna, your hard work, ambition, and accomplishments fill us with immense pride. You are not just scholars; you are role models for future generations. As you embark on your respective academic journeys, remember that the entire GGRF community is behind you, cheering you on.
Congratulations once again on your well-deserved scholarships. We wish you all the very best in your future endeavors. Keep aiming high, pursuing your passions, and making a difference in the world.