St.Maarten’s Youth Parliament to Present their Vision for SXM’s Leadership at the Chick-fil-A Leader


Residents and visitors on St. Maarten are poised to be enlightened, empowered and equipped with powerful professional leadership development tools from nine internationally renowned leaders and authors. Among this star-studded group of persons are John Maxwell, best-selling author and leadership expert; Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State in the United States (2005-2009), Sanya Richards-Ross, 2012 London Olympic gold medalist in track and field; Jack Welch, former Chairman and CEO of General Electric; Andy Stanley, best-selling leadership author and communicator; and David Allen, bestselling author of Getting Things Done and a productivity expert.


No leadership is truly effective or impacting without leaving a legacy for our youth to navigate life and be prepared to take their place in the community. Consequently, the St. Maarten Youth Parliament has been invited to present their vision for leadership on St. Maarten over the next five to thirty years. So what can we expect from the dynamic youth parliamentarians at the Chick-fil-A -Leadercast? "Those in attendance can expect to hear the hard-core truth from our perspective, representing how we as youth experience life on St. Maarten, and what we recognize need to be changed in order for St. Maarten to move forward," stated YMP Kamilah Gumbs.

Registrants will receive certification in 5.25 hours of professional leadership development from Chick-fil-A Leadercast. Participants already registered are filled with anticipation of what promises to be a powerful event and a transformational experience.

With the growing interest expressed by the public to be a part of this dynamic event, Victorious Living has extended the deadline for receiving registrations until today Wednesday from 2:30-5:00 p.m. at the Victorious Living Foundation’s office at 158 B. Back Street, Philipsburg. Persons may reserve their space by visiting and e-mail Victorious Living; send an e-mail to and/or call 721-524-8731.