USA: Bradly D’Souza nominated to Global Young Innovators Initiative at Harvard University

USA: Bradly Ivan D’Souza, a distinguished alumnus of the National Youth Leadership Forum, Law and Crime Scene Investigation (CSI), Global Young Leaders Conference and other Envision programs has been nominated to attend the Global Young Innovators Initiative: Impact Through Leadership (GYII), an exclusive Envision program in partnership with Leadership Initiatives, to be held on the campus of Harvard University from June 13-June 18, 2016.

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GYII is a six-day summit where Bradly will develop and practice critical and integrative thinking, problem solving, creativity on answering the call of Global Leadership, Risks and Rewards: Towards a Smarter Planet by 2025, Innovation and the World of Tomorrow, Designing Change; Changing Design, Empowering Prosperity for All: Ethics and the Common Good and Building the 2025 World Today.

At GYII, Bradly will have the opportunity to join Leadership Initiatives, International Business Alliance Program (IBAP) to continue working with Leadership Initiatives and a Nigerian business over the next 12-18 months.

On May 18, 2015, Prevent Blindness, the nations leading volunteer non-profit public health organization dedicated to prevent blindness and preserving sight, elected Bradly D’Souza, Product Specialist, Tesla Motors, to the Board of Directors for a three-year term.

Bradly (20), a student at the Carl H Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati, is the son of Harold and Dancy D’Souza, residing at Cincinnati, Ohio.

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