Saturday, March 24, 2012

Senator Dr. Jacinta Higgs Gives Her Students The Gift Of Creative Wealth

Dr. Jacinta Higgs (right) and Keshelle Kerr (left) present two Akhepran International Academy students with awards and books after completing their Creative Wealth course.

Dr. Jacinta Higgs (right) founder and principal of Akhepran International Academy receives a certificate from Creative Wealth’s Keshelle Kerr (left) for having her institution participate in her program.

“You have the potential to create your own wealth!” Youth financial coach Keshelle Kerr encourages Akhepran International Academy scholars to unleash the entrepreneur within themselves.

Dr. Jacinta Higgs (right) and Keshelle Kerr (left) present Akhepran International Academy students certificates after completing their Creative Wealth course.


By Arthia Nixon, The Ambassador Agency for Creative Wealth

Nassau, The Bahamas… Senator, now founder and principal of Akhepran International Academy, Dr. Jacinta Higgs recently gave her students the keys to wealth by introducing them to author and youth financial educator Keshelle Kerr.

Ms. Kerr, who has collaborated with the likes of Rich Dad, Poor Dad co-author Sharon Leichter and self-made youth millionaire Dr. Farah Gray, provided the students with her highly sought after financial literacy skills geared toward youth. Known for her success in teaching young people to budget and invest, Ms. Kerr has inspired scores of youngsters to become entrepreneurs before they are even old enough to apply for their learner’s permit.

An advocate for education, Dr. Higgs thanked Ms. Kerr for pouring her “divine gifts, grace, generosity and global experience” into the scholars at Akhepran International Academy.

“Your program is very powerful and will make a difference in the lives of these future leaders of The Bahamas and the world,” Dr. Higgs told Ms. Kerr. “We are forever grateful for the creative ways in which you taught our scholars about Wealth Creation and Management. Academic success without economic consciousness is oppressive.”