U.S. Embassy Georgetown observed World Press Freedom Day 2020 with a virtual discussion titled “Combating Disinformation: Who is Responsible? Me or Journalists?” Hear from a panel of respected local journalists and alumni members as they help us to dissect fact from fiction and provide you with tips to be our champions for and disseminating fact-based news.
It is not business as usual under COVID-19. Entrepreneur and YLAI Professional Fellows Program alumna Evie Kanhai-Gurchuran shares her advice with entrepreneurs on how to keep your business afloat.
YLAI Professional Fellows Program alumna Abbigale Loncke discusses your role in the fight against COVID-19 and how you can help your communities and our country survive and recover from these challenging times.
An old cow pasture near Georgetown, Guyana has been given a new life. What used to be an unused piece of land is now home to the Non-Pariel Greenhouse Club. YLAI Network member Romel Putulall started the group in 2016 as a way to engage other local youth and find a way to recycle some … Read More »
As an entrepreneur, you may have made a few mistakes in getting started. We all do. But you learned.
We asked YLAI Network entrepreneurs what advice they wish they had when they got started, so we can learn together.
When Triston Thompson and his cousin decided to launch information technology company IntellectStorm in 2014, they knew they would have an uphill battle.
Watch to hear your fellow YLAI Network members explain why we need to come together to support entrepreneurial women.
What makes a champion for women empowerment? Why is it important for women to be leaders? We had the pleasure of interviewing 2016 YLAI Fellow Abbigale Loncke on these questions.
YLAI Fellows discuss how women can grow as effective leaders, and how you can help show your support today.
How do you get the word out about a mobile app in an area where IT hasn’t caught on? This entrepreneur of entrepreneurs can tell you.