Having served in two police forces, Andy has a passion to serve the public. Today as a future electoral candidate for Winchester, also want to serve underprivileged communities by being an ambassador for Winchester:
It is my honour to be nominated as ambassador for Winchester. I truly believe that knowledge changes life. Book reading is the best way to gain knowledge.
Jenisha is an entrepreneur and owner of Le Relié Consultancy & Le Relié Crafts. Since a young age and through her rich HR career, Jenisha has always been fascinated and involved by social works, primarily by its positive impact and influence on society and people.
“Reading is the spinal cord for the next generation progression & I wish to make a difference in Mauritius to promote kids’ literacy ”
Linking companies and private educational institutions to align with the SCB concept, through her work as Head of Commercial is a true honour and privilege for Jenisha.
Leena is an Ambassador of the SCB Bookclub for the city of Port- Louis. She is the Director of Elite Businss School in Ebene and Young Generations. This gives her the opportunity to work with the youngsters of the Interact and Rotaract clubs. Leena is thrilled to be part of “The Sugar Cane Boy” project ; Reading is a laudable initiative and must be encouraged since early childhood. This will open a world of opportunities to the young generations and will shape their lives. Through this project Leena looks forward to the involvement of interactors and rotaractors, as well as parents to make it an astounding success.
Meet Anju Ramodhin, our Ambassador for Flacq. She is an MBA holder and works for the Mauritius Qualification Authority. She joined us as a member and as a Team Leader. Her potential and dedication led her to become of our Ambassadors. The SugarCane Boy is really please to count her among our leaders.
“ I firmly believe that motivating children to becomes readers means giving them the key to a worldwide community, all children deserve the opportunity to learn to use reading in their lives to become literate.”
Having grown up in the cane fields and having been very influenced by reading since he was young, thanks to his father, The SugarCane Boy peaked into his interest, when he stumbled upon it on Facebook. His story in his own words:
“ I deeply believe in the importance of reading in a child’s development but as Samuel T. Reddy says so well, supervision is also very important. I think that the mix of the 2 that our group brings will do a lot of good to many children and gradually to parents”
Subheer is the Ambassador of SCB Bookclub and the Director of Whitefield Business School.
Subheer has coached and advised eminent figures, trained leading companies and has been a “consultant of choice” for top companies over the last decade.
His extensive knowledge of leadership, his deep understanding of human nature coupled with a unique delivery style, makes his one of the most sought after speaker. His audiences have always “sense the magic” of his keynote addresses and masterclasses. The transformational power of his insights are positively blistering, deeply touching and highly impactful. It no secret that he is currently one of the highly rated speaker and strategic management consultant in the industry.
Meet Chelvin Ramsamy, our 1st Ambassador in Mauritius. He holds a First-Class Bachelor of Laws (LLB, Hons), a Master of Laws (LLM, International Business Law), a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Certificate of Ethics and Professional Practice. He is currently completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PG Cert HE), a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PG Dip HRM), the Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and the New Zealand Law and Practice Exams (NZLPE) while being a mentee of the Young ICCA Programme.
He has a passion for serving society and it was through his efforts that his village of L’Escalier was nominated as the first-ever International City of Peace in Mauritius in June 2020.
“Always believing that Teamwork is important to achieve things, he connected so many people deemed to take the Bookclub at a very high level.”
“I feel my connection with the SugarCane Boy Book club is very special since I was born of afather (Mr. Abhimanyu Oomajee) who worked as a labourer in the sugar cane field and as alorry driver at the Mon Desert Mon Tresor Sugar Estate. He has contributed enormously tothe social field, and he had been awarded the title of MSK during the National Day Awards2018. So, my mission now on is to live up to his legacy and pass it on to the actual andcoming generations.”