My Meeting With the YLAI Fellows: A Student’s Perspective

Meeting the fellows on the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) was an absolute experience in itself. I whole-heartedly loved meeting Caribbean and Latin American entrepreneurs from Global Ties ABQ at Menaul School. The fellows were all so keen on sharing their stories, abilities, work ethic, etc. It encouraged us immensely! I was leaning... Continue Reading →

YLAI: From Dreams to Reality

"I don't believe in luck, I believe in destiny. I know we all are where we supposed to be at all times... And I have to say I feel so blessed of had been placed in Albuquerque. Albuquerque showed me how open, nice and helpful people might be with strangers. It showed me how a... Continue Reading →

Diplomacy Begins Here Summit Rundown

On August 3, professionals, academics, and thought leaders came together to examine and better understand the unique and burgeoning economic, cultural, and global position of the historic trading route El Camino Real. The day was filled with presentations, panels, and, most importantly, the exchange of ideas among the community. The event was a part of the... Continue Reading →

My Semester at Global Ties

Hi! My name is Destiny and I am the current Programs Intern here at Global Ties ABQ. I have had an amazing time here this semester and I am so excited to return for the fall. I am happy to say that my entire senior year of university will have been spent interning for Global... Continue Reading →

Albuquerque’s Impact on International Emerging Leaders

At the recent Global Ties U.S. National Meeting in Washington D.C., Ms. Rebeca Gyumi from Tanzania won the first-ever International Visitor Leadership Program Alumni Award for Social Innovation and Change for her achievements on youth empowerment and ending legal child marriages in Tanzania. Rebeca is the founder and Executive Director at Msichana Initiative, which works... Continue Reading →

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