JCI Malta Deputy President Giselle Borg Olivier has won the organisation’s Honorary Award For Excellence.
JCI thinks critically about society’s greatest challenges and acts on behalf of communities to be part of the solution. They seek better solutions to build better communities on different levels, with the aim of creating a better future.
The accolade was part of the Ten Outstanding Young People of Malta (TOYP) Awards, held to celebrate the achievements of young people working in all sectors of society.
Ms Borg Olivier thanked JCI for the “wonderful” award.
“It is my honour and privilege to form part of such an amazing organisation that has strong values and strives for excellence in leadership,” she wrote.
Ms Borg Olivier is also a Projects Manager at Zaar Crowdfunding. She also has over a decade of experience in marketing communications.
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