The United States Embassy in Panama announced that “we are proud to announce the winners of the 2021 Scholarship for the State Department’s Entrepreneur Program. The Young Leaders of the Americas (YLAI) Young Leaders Fellowship Program (YLAI) is a special program that begins in January 2021 and ends in April 2021.
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“This year, we are very excited to announce seven Panamanian scholarship recipients who have been selected from among 2,300 participants who applied. ” Embassy details on its official website.
The Panamanian fellows are:
BettyChemier, Founder of Huertos Urbanos de Panamá and Principal Investigator at Conservatorio, SA
Jarless Gomez, Co-founder of Geoazul, leads a socio-environmental project focusing on the recycling of commercial and household organic waste, through the socialization of prisoners.
Paulo Mock, Founding partner of GreenPower Panama, has more than eight years of field experience in project management and electrical engineering.
Jair Boveda, Cooltimedia CEO, has experience developing web platform.
Gyro Espinosa, Co-founder of Panela Corporation, develops technical and sustainable ideas for achieving agro-business goals related to panela.
Susanna Lau, Founder of EtyaLab, is a technical consultant and project manager. Defines requirements Software, Designs custom solutions and leads technology teams.
Yamilka Collado, President and founder of More Smiles Movement, has experience in organizational and supply chain management, including planning, logistics, control and design.
The YLAI 2021 Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
For three months Fellows will complete the Business Leadership Curriculum and work with a representative of an American company from the same branch as their host. TThey will also be appointed mentors and will work as a team with the other participants to address policy challenges that promote entrepreneurship in their countries.
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