Liberia’s Telia Urey Calls for Diverting Resources to the Needs of the Less Privileged
BELGIUM – Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders for Tomorrow member, Ms. Telia Urey, has urged people around the world to use their personal resources for the benefit of society and its people.
She made the call in Belgium where she had gone to be confirmed as a member of Crans Montana for Tomorrow Leaders.
Ms. Urey: “This award is in my name, but it is not only for me. It is for Liberia and I will be sure to use this unique opportunity for the benefit of our people! Yes, we must use our individual resources to bring relief to our people during these extremely hard times.”
“This prestigious organization brings together world leaders to solve the main challenges of the 21st century and to shape the new global agenda as far as the implementation of the South-South cooperation is concerned.”
The former Montserrado County District 15 Representative candidate was also invited to address the main challenges of the 21st century, and shape the new agenda globally at an Africa Women’s Forum in Brussels, Belgium.
Madam Urey is a renowned Liberian businesswoman and the Chief Executive Officer Core Investment Groups.
The Crans Montana Forum of the New Leaders for Tomorrow, based in Brussels, supports the commitment of young generations in the construction of a more humane world.
“This award is in my name, but it is not only for me. It is for Liberia and I will be sure to use this unique opportunity for the benefit of our people! Yes, we must use our individual resources to bring relief to our people during these extremely hard times.”– Ms. Telia Urey, Member, Crans Montana Forum for Leaders of Tomorrow
It is a Non-Governmental International Organization established since 1986, with a mission to build a better World “Towards a more Humane World.”
The Forum is closely working with all governments, specialized bodies, international and regional organizations such as the UN, UNESCO, UNIDO, FAO, the EUROPEAN UNION, the EUROPEAN COMMISSION, the COUNCIL OF EUROPE, OFID and naturally numerous NGOs.
Its primary aim is to strengthen international cooperation by promoting good practices and allowing a permanent dialogue between those in the public and private sectors who are the real decision-makers on whom the future of the world depends.
In a communication dated November 14, 2019 and addressed to Madam Urey under the signature of Mr. Pierre-Emmanuel Quirin Director-General Crans Montana Forum, the Forum confirmed that the Board of the “Fondation du Forum Universale” has expressed a favorable opinion for your nomination as a Member of the Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders for Tomorrow for the three next years.
The Foundation du Forum Universale officially appoints the New Leaders for Tomorrow, who enjoy Forum’s privileges for three years.
Younger than 42, candidates must attest to professional success, leadership experience and enjoy a good reputation in the community.
Representing a rich variety of profiles, the New Leaders are active within their community and committed to the social and economic development of their country.