Kashieka Broaster’s professional experience includes working with RESTORE Belize as an assistant Human Development Officer. She has done volunteer work with agencies like UNICEF, Red Cross and Secondary Schools collaborating with RESTORE Belize. Her academic achievements included topping CXC examinations and maintaining herself on the Dean’s List at St. John’s Junior College and then at University of Belize. Kashieka’s long term goal is to receive a Master’s Degree in International Development with a special concentration in Conflict Resolution. She takes pride in working with communities as it facilitates the creation of programs and policies that are tailored to fit communities’ needs. Kashieka understands that there is a greater need for sexual health information in Belize; her passion for youth development and sexual and reproductive rights lies in reaching a younger audience and laying strong foundations about sexual and reproductive health.
- Lidia Esther Hoil PootLidia is a young indigenous leader who speaks Maya and Spanish, is deeply attached to her culture, and wishes to work for the betterment of women in her community. She has participated in trainings about youth leadership provided by the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples....