The Global vision ambassador pins are made from .925 silver, and each is unique to reflect the individual personalties and attributes of each Ambassador. Global Vision, along with the Canadians that the organization assists, proudly admire the wearers of these pins.

The Global vision ambassador pins are made from .925 silver, and each is unique to reflect the individual personalties and attributes of each Ambassador. Global Vision, along with the Canadians that the organization assists, proudly admire the wearers of these pins.

The 1990s presented the outset of Global Vision and the onset of the free trade-based global marketplace. During that time, these first-generation leaders became the traders that Canada, a trading nation, lacked. Global Vision graduates - some having paved a path in foreign lands - are comfortable in this ever-evolving world of work. Their careers, which continue to trend upwards, contribute to Canada’s emergence as a global player in a competitive and crowded marketplace. Global Vision played a key role in making their real-life learning experiences possible, and gave them the competitive advantage needed to jumpstart their own career trajectories.

 

Now, the Global Vision alumni are ready to give back! They strive to pay it forward, presenting others with the same life-changing experiences down the less-traveled road’ that allowed them to excel on the global stage. Global Vision Ambassadors (GVAs) span across Canada and even across the globe, constantly available to assist and mentor YOU as you embark on your very own Global Vision journey. Whether you are looking for mentorship, help building a local network, advice, or simply a fellow member of the Global Vision family, our Ambassadors are prepared and willing to lead you to success.


A handcrafted pin | An incredible honour

“In recognition of the continued commitment to empower the next generation of global leaders, and to further realize our shared vision for Canada and for the world.”

On June 7th 2016, Global Vision (GV) was hosted by Deputy Speaker Bruce Stanton in the private Chambers of the Speaker of the House of Commons for the closing reception of the National Youth Ambassador Caucus (NYAC). During the reception, surrounded by #NYAC2016 Ambassadors, Members of Parliament, and government and business leaders, President & Founder of Global Vision Terry Clifford announced the inaugural Global Vision Ambassadors (GVA) and awarded them with the GVA pin. Handcrafted by Ms. Savannah Villasenor Shaw, each pin is unique and reflects the individual personalities and attributes of the recipient; it is an emblem to be worn with pride as it reflects the respect and admiration Global Vision and the Canadians they assist have for the wearer. 

Since Global Vision’s founding 25 years ago, Terry Clifford, C.M., has graduated over 30,000 Canadian ambassadors and developed global leaders. This honorary symbol identifies the exceptional Global Vision graduates who have been continuously committed to empowering the next generation of global leaders and further it realises their shared vision for Canada and the world.


Global Vision Ambassador Testimonials

Adam Peabody
Fredericton, NB
JTC 2008 Mission Peru

Leta Lowthers
Kentville, NS
JTC 2012 Mission to Panama & Colombia

Catherine Laquerre
Québec, Québec
JTC 2015 Mission to China

Shaaz Nasir
New York, NY
JTC 2010 Mission to China & Malaysia

Cathy Lei
Toronto, ON
JTC 2012 Mission to Panama & Colombia

Jerry Zhang
Waterloo, ON
JTC 2014 Mission to China

Nils Engelstad
Toronto, ON
JTC 1997 Mission to South East Asia 

Karl Zadnik
Winnipeg, MB
JTC Mission to Peru 2008

Jillian Stoyles
Calgary, AB
JTC Mission to Japan & Korea 2001
 

Marianne Den Haan
Loretto, ON
JTC 2010 Mission to China & Malaysia

Adam Dewar
Ottawa, ON
JTC Mission to South East Asia 2006

Rebecca Thompson
Toronto, ON
JTC Mission to Chile 2006