Sudan Alex-Rose Lizz Eubanks (S.A.L.E), a fifth-generation Floridian, is an entrepreneur and public speaking POWERHOUSE.
She's volunteered in the Best Buddies program, where she mentored and aided children with disabilities and tutored sixth graders for three months! Furthermore, she packed and distributed food and toiletries that helped hundreds of families. In addition to her acts of kindness, Sudan, at only fourteen, is at the center of multiple initiatives, including “Reading With Royalty,” a virtual book reading initiative aimed at encouraging imagination and providing an avenue for children in hospitals to feel connected to the world around them at this time! Since launching in April 2020, she's facilitated 500 readers from 50 states, and two territories (Guam & Puerto Rico), and seven countries (Canada, Australia, England, Greece, Netherlands, Jamaica), secured a partnership with select Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, and has been featured in the Miami Herald!
Sudan, a global leader, is a youth volunteer for NFFI - JA (New Future Foundation INC., The Jamaican Chapter; a United Nations NGO) has been working to bridge the socioeconomic gap through donating printers, tablets, and professional clothing items to disadvantaged children in Jamaica.
Cairo Eubanks, 25, has actively been involved in her community, sitting on boards like New Leaders Council Broward Chapter; Broward County Sheriff’s Social Justice Task Force; Mayor Messam’s Public Safety Council; and is a Board Advisor and Paralegal for Global Oved Dei Seminary and University (GODSU). A budding future international arbitrator and attorney, Cairo has also given to her local and international communities as the Youth Representative for New Future Foundation for the United Nations since 2014 and is currently a Member of the United Nations Department of Global Communications Youth Steering Committee. In addition, Cairo has made a considerable effort over the years to empower youth include workshops and leadership programs for youth on local and global levels as the Director of the Junior Ambassador Program for GODSU. She was honored with a Mayoral Proclamation on October 10, 2020. Cairo is an alum of Cornell College, graduating in 2017 with Honors and Distinction in International Studies and French.
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