Mia Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados, Graces Cover Of Time Magazine
Is she a #KaribbeanKreative? Maybe Not. She definitely advocates for us. Mama Mia’s work to promote brand Caribbean around the world simply cannot go unnoticed.
In her capacity as Prime Minister of Barbados since 2018 (1st female PM), Mia Mottley has inspired respect and won the hearts of many around the world for her authenticity, eloquence, her down to earthedness (is that even a word 🤔) and just her all around ability to relate to and defend her people wherever she goes.
Being on the cover of @timemagazine as one of the Top 100 influential people in the world is only one manifestation of that. She has a unique ability to get the Caribbean noticed on influential world stages.
Mia Mottley definitely makes us #proud2bkaribbean
See below for five of her many career highlights. Recognize any faces?
- She was recently featured on the cover of TIME magazine as one of the top 100 influential people in the world in 2022
- At COP 26 in Glasgow , she defended the Caribbean and openly chided world leaders for their nonchalant attitude towards climate change
- She served as chair of the World Bank and encouraged the top financial gurus of the world to re-examine their measure of wealth for countries
- Her administration led the charge of removing Horatio Nelson from National Hero’s Square because of his ties to transatlantic slave trade
SOUND OFF: Name some other noteworthy accomplishments for Prime Minister Mia Mottley
MISSION: To elevate the brand of Caribbean culture in the fields of MUSIC, BUSINESS and the ARTS by celebrating the work of cultural ambassadors while advocating for upcoming Caribbean talent1.