Ruwanda born dancer, Sherrie Silver has become United Nations’ IFAD Advocate for Rural Youth in Africa.
The 25-year-old spoke and robbed minds amongst the Pope, the Prime Minister of Italy, & President of Dominican Republic.
“I have always aspired to be more than just an entertainer, but to use my influence be an ambassador for change and a voice for young people all over the world. Thank you”. “International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) for this opportunity and thank you God for putting me here.” She said.
The London based dancer is 2018’s MTV WMA’s winner for Choreography of the Year. She is a Multi-style choreographer. Educating the world about African cultures through the dance, while giving back to African countries through her philanthropy projects. This Latta clearly landed her the role.
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We want you to believe in us ❤️ Never been nervous making a speech, but speaking amongst The President of DR, The Pope, Prime Minister of Italy and other world leaders on behalf of Rural Youth… chiiiiiiil 😰😅 Here is a shortened version of my speech 🙏🏿 #UnitedNations @ifadnews
Ever since the making of ‘This Is America’ music video which Sherrie Silver curated the dance video. The dancer and humanitarian has been growing from strength to strength.
Extending our congratulations Sherrie!