Tecnología

‘I had faith’

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It was a moment of immense gratitude when she received the Transformational Leadership Award for her years of outstanding service

Tears flowed from Shamoya Smith’s eyes midsmile as she walked the stage last Thursday during the International University of the Caribbean (IUC) graduation ceremony at Hope United Church in St Andrew.

It was a moment of immense gratitude when she received the Transformational Leadership Award for her years of outstanding service.

Smith credits her selfless acts to countless rock-bottom moments that motivated her to open her heart to others who may be facing difficulties, even when it required her giving assistance out of her pocket.

When Smith was born, her then 15-year-old mother gave her to a pastor, who afforded her a very comfortable life as a child.

However, the death of her mom when she eight years old sent her life into a tailspin that threw her on a journey of discovering her strengths.

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