; Celebrating our Graduates: Congratulations to the Amelia's Ward USCians -They Rock! - Guyanese Girls Rock!
New York, New York, USA

Celebrating our Graduates: Congratulations to the Amelia’s Ward USCians -They Rock!

Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing (1 Thessalonians 5:11).  This five young women definitely epitomize this phrase. Meet Trea, Michelle, Sonya, Corlecia and Feigel who reign from the small town of Amelia Ward Linden in Guyana, and playfully call themselves the “Amelia’s Ward USCians.” These “beauties with brains” all attended the University of Southern Caribbean (USC) in Trinidad; an affiliate of Andrews University in Michigan and over the years have form a sisterhood of Graduates beginning with Michelle back in 2010, and this year celebrating Trea’s achievement.  Here are their individual accomplishments.
Trea Johnson
Trea Johnson – Class of 2015

 Trea Johnson, Bachelors degree in English and a minor in Communication

University of Southern Caribbean (USC)

Corlecia Brower
Corlecia Brower – Class of 2012
Corlecia Brower, Bachelors Degree in English and a Minor in Communication
University of Southern Caribbean (USC);  Andrews University Certificate

Michelle Phillips
Michelle Phillips – Class of 2010
Michelle Phillips, Bachelors Degree in Biology 
University of Southern Caribbean (USC);  Andrews University Certificate
Sonya Ralph
Sonya Ralph – Class of 2012
Sonya Ralph, Bachelors Degree in Nursing
 University of the Southern Caribbean (USC)

Feigel Niles
Feigel Niles – Class of 2013

Feigel Niles, Bachelors Degree in Family and Consumer Sciences and a minor in Health 

University of Southern Caribbean (USC);  Andrews University Certificate

Twenty five year old Feigel, who reached out to GGR to share the accomplishments of her and her friends, attended Mackenzie High School before traveling abroad to study. Her passion is the health and social issues affecting people in Guyana and aspire to become the Minister of Health one day. Feidel also loves to do volunteer work and recently returned to Guyana from Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital in Georgia, where she served as a medical missionary. She is currently looking for a job in a role that would allow her to make a difference in society.

Thank you “Amelia’s Ward USCians” for sharing your accomplishments and helping to inspire your women in Guyana.  You Rock!

Related Posts

Comments (2)

Corlecia Brower Trea Johnson Sonya Ralph Michelle Michelle Chung Phillips Feigel Niles

Latoya Latchman Obed Babb Martin Sebastian Babb Raquel Sagon Samanta Deabreu Alicia Harris Abiola Harris Elizabeth Harrilall-Singh Portia Andries Kezia Niles Ruqayyah Boyer Debra Bowen-Chin Debra E Benn-Thomas Debbrah Beaugris Berget Beckles Tonette Bowman Shevy Rose eon Jermaine Reddock Eon Reddock

Leave a comment

Web Statistics