Saturday, April 26, 2014

iChange Nations™ Global Leadership Award Given to Republic of Suriname’s Ambassador Fidelia Graand-Galon

Ambassador Graand-Galon Receiving Award From Ambassador Clyde Rivers

In April 2014 at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the organization, iChange Nations™ had their first annual Global Leadership Awards Ceremony. At this ceremony we had the privilege of honoring the Ambassador Fidelia Graand-Galon of the Republic of Suriname, South America with the iChange Nations™ Global Leadership Award. Ambassador Graand-Galon was presented this prestigious award for her hard work and strength of character as a woman leading the way for the women of Suriname and the Caribbean.

Ambassador Clyde Rivers, the President of iChange Nations™ says, “Ambassador Fidelia Graand-Galon’s accomplishments are unprecedented in her country. She is leading the way for many, and many will have her example to follow. She is a champion and is a true statesman for her country and the women of her nation. She has represented her nation with great dignity and respect. This is why we are honored to make her a recipient of the iChange Nations™ Global Leadership Award.”

The mission of iChange Nations™ is to bring back the lost art of honor by building a culture that recognizes individuals throughout the world, those who have accomplished extraordinary humanitarian efforts to effectively change nations. iChange Nations™ with its collaborative partners have implemented an International Honorary Award infrastructure to empower and equip our citizens and alumni members with the tools needed to effectively pursue and transform the world.

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