Today’s world leaders share their ideas and plans at global summits and conferences.
Meanwhile, the Caribbean’s young professionals are coming to Grand Cayman to do the same thing.
The annual Rotaract District Conference began today, bringing young professionals from the 12 Caribbean countries to Grand Cayman. To share ideas and experiences from their individual service clubs, and to teach their upcoming board of directors how to lead a service club.
“I’ve been waiting a whole year for this, since the 31st of May last year, finally here, first time in Grand Cayman, it’s about to be epic, I guarantee that,” said a Rotaractor from St. Maarten, Ruminni Rogers.
“I love that we have Rotaract in common, because we all have the same goals, we like to do the same things, we think a like, we all have the same desire to want to give back to the community and do something good and the fact that everybody else is from different parts of the Caribbean, it’s even better because everybody in the Caribbean has good food and getting to share recipes is my favorite part,” said Sergeant At Arms for the Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman.
Rotaract was created by the Rotary service clubs as a way to attract young professionals to make a difference in their communities.