Positive Connections & Leadership Seminar 2015
Dear Development Partner,
The Africa Caribbean Heritage Alliance herein referred as ACHA, will organize a two day Seminar on December 9th and 10th. This will be followed by an African Night event on Friday December 11th, 2015.
The theme of the event entitled "Positive Connections & Leadership Seminar 2015' has two components:
1. seminar on December 9 and 10th and
2. African Night on December 11th.
The event aims to introduce you to the emerging role of Africa as a significant partner in the socio-economic and cultural development of the Caribbean. You will go away from the seminar with tools on how to build and strengthen positive connections with key players in Africa; match your business within and with Africa; and discover your purpose while getting rid of those fears that prevent you from achieving your legacy.
The African Night will close off the event with a show, tell, and taste and giving you a feel of African culture and heritage from the perspective of food, fashion, dance, music, arts, crafts and folklore. You will get to network with Africans on St. Maarten, do your Christmas shopping of African products at discounted rates, taste some delicious African dishes and dance to authentic African music. African Night 2015 promises to be a night to be remembered.
The event is brought to you through a partnership between ACHA represented by Okama Ekpe Brook, a resident of St. Martin and the Leadership Impact Dynamics, LLC by Ade Adeyimi, a resident of the United States. Both Ade and Okama are Nigerian citizens who wish to encourage more positive partnerships between Africa and the Caribbean.
All funds raised will go towards supporting ACHA projects in St. Martin.
Register now on eventbrite: www.achastmaarten.eventbrite.com
Check the attached flyer for more information or contact:
Okama Ekpe Brook
President of ACHA
African Night 2015
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Philipsburg Jubilee Library, Thursday April 9, 2015, 7:00 – 9:00PM
Compere Ifelola Badejo: hostess Veronica Jansen Webster
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Okama Ekpe Brook
Africa Caribbean Heritage Alliance launches Contest!
‘The Role of Africans in St. Martin: Reconnecting the Caribbean with Africa’
Judges will look for originality, creativity, innovativeness, historical value, ecological friendliness, impact on youth, women and the elderly from all eligible entries. Entries must be accompanied either by a parent or a teacher’s signature. ACHA retains the right to use winning contest entries for promotional purposes. Full contest rules can viewed from
The FB page using www.AfricaCaribbeanHeritageAlliance Or direct questions to us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or by telephone +1721 5542159 0r +1721 5207286.
Deadline for application closes on the midnight of April 2, 2015!
I look forward to receiving your application.
Okama Ekpe Brook, MA
President of ACHA