U.S. Embassy Announces 2022 Youth Ambassadors Program Participants 

PR – The U.S. Embassy in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean is pleased to announce  the U.S. Youth Ambassadors cohort for 2022. Ajante Fraser from Antigua and  Barbuda, Ethan Goodridge from Barbados, Abby Williams from Dominica,  Berniah Forrester from Grenada, Rianka Chance from St. Vincent and the  Grenadines, and Sade Gustave from Saint Lucia will join adult mentor Nadina  Williams from Grenada on the two-week program in the United States from July  26 to August 5. 

During their program, they will visit the U.S. capital, Washington, D.C., where  they will join hundreds of other participants from the Caribbean and Latin  America. They will later move on in smaller groups for an experience in other U.S. cities, where they will participate in workshops on leadership and  entrepreneurship, observe social impact projects, meet with U.S. government  representatives, visit schools in the region, and give presentations about their  countries. 

The U.S. Youth Ambassadors Program is a U.S. State Department-funded leadership exchange that brings together high school students and adult mentors  from countries across the Americas to promote mutual understanding, increase  leadership skills, and prepare youth to make a difference in their communities.