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Ambassador St Aimee Scholarship Presented To Thai Fowell

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The Ambassador Donatus Saint Aimee Scholarship was initiated by the Saint Lucia
House Foundation in New York in 2016 to memorialize the legacy of the former UN
Ambassador of Saint Lucia who quickly became a well-liked fixture in the community in the Tri-State area.

Dr. St Aimee had a keen interest in education therefore the team decided to honor his legacy and launched the award to be presented to a Saint Lucian College student each year at the Independence Ball.

Thai Fowell is from Monchy, Gros Islet and she has been on the Saint Lucia National Football teams at the Under 15, Under 17 and Under 20 levels. She has been accepted to pursue her Master of Science in Computer Information Systems at Talladega College in Talladega, AL.

She has completed her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in Finance and Banking
(Magna Cum Laude) while also being a student athlete.

While in undergraduate school as a full-time student and soccer athlete she served as a tutor in the Student Success Center and worked in the food service industry. Thai has served as an exemplary mentor to younger students both at Talladega College and during her High School years in Saint Lucia when she was a student at St. Josephs convent and actively took part in mentorship programs.

Thai’s coaches have lauded her for her commitment to her academic pursuits even while
being a student athlete. She is credited with being very dependable, a team player who expects excellence in teammates.

Ms. Fowell’s goal is to eventually pursue certification in IT, cyber security with special
interest in Ethical Hacking. Then she intends to use her skills to bring positive change to business and nonprofit organizations.

Thai’s performance at an intern level has propelled her to be being accepted for a full-time
position in Finance in the City of Talladega while being a student.

The Leadership of the Saint Lucia House Foundation wishes Thai continued success in her
endeavors.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Football Association Inc.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Congratulation miss Fowell. I do wish you all success and do all in your power to make sure you become successful and a super power within your own arena. That being said if St. Lucia can produce 100 of you yearly, certain fast food place and beaches will stop clogging up with vehicles late at nights.

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