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Jessica attended the Global Young Leaders Conference in New York, USA and was elected by her peers as the Russian Ambassador and went on to meet the actual Russian Ambassador during her visit.
Muscat: Five outstanding high school students of Indian School Muscat (ISM) will participate in the Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC) in the United States from June 29 to July 15.
Alakhiwe or Alex Ndlovu, of Dalton, is an experienced traveller having spent last summer at a Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington DC.
He also attended a Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington DC and New York - which brought together 400 academically-gifted teenagers from across the world to educate them about leadership.
No stranger to community service, Croes served as an ambassador of Aruba in the Global Young Leaders conference in 2008 and as a coach for this year's selection of Aruba's Kingdom Games team.
In the education category, Senior Joao Bainese was recognized for his involvement in the Global Young Leaders Conference, which was founded to provide education for better leadership in the future.
He has secured a place at Imperial College, London to study medicine In 2004 he represented the UK at the Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington DC, and worked closely with President George W Bush's advisors.
The Global Young Leaders Conference is a leadership programme for secondary school students who have shown leadership potential and academic acumen.