(YES!) Greshun De Bouse Selected as Glnl Council Member For Innovation

  • Greshun De Bouse is committed to global progression with innovation.
  • Greshun De Bouse was selected as a Glnl Council Member for her contributions to global innovation.
  • This young lady is a world changer committed to positive global impact.

Greshun De Bouse WOWS us again! In addition to her endless other achievements and recognitions, On Tuesday, July 30, 2019, the brilliantly genius Greshun De Bouse was selected as a formal GInI Council Member for her contributions to global innovation.

The term is for two years, during which time Greshun will research, experiment, and collaborate with some of the most brilliant developers and innovative minds in the world to create a continuum of global innovation across the board.

GInI membership lets you become part of a very unique organization, a society dedicated to all the brilliant and innovative minds out there, a place that brings together people and ideas, and a lab to conceive, create, test, experiment, and succeed. Being a member gives you exclusive access to incredible networking opportunities and member-only roundtable events. You will constantly have access to all of GInI’s blogs, forums, articles, publications, and news relating to the field of innovation. You will also gain access to special pricing and discounts on GInI’s certifications, exams, events, renewals, publications, online assessment tools, and other resources. No other organization delivers the caliber of community and resources that GInI does.

You may recall in late June 2019, Greshun De Bouse received initial mayoral support, news coverage on WTVM News 9-Columbus, GA, and Google News for founding Disabled Veterans Day™ and innovatively streamlining the process in which disabled veterans across the U.S. connect to their local Office of Veteran’s Affairs via mobile devices.  Since this time, numerous other mayors in Georgia and elsewhere have presented De Bouse with proclamations for Disabled Veterans Day™-an awareness-fundraising holiday De Bouse founded specifically for our beloved disabled veterans and their service related disability needs.

Most recently in early August 2019, Greshun De Bouse received a proclamation from Mayor Martinez of Loganville, GA at a proclamation ceremony wherein the mayor dressed in his full navy attire to present the proclamation to De Bouse before the American Legion Post 233 and other attendees. During the proclamation ceremony, De Bouse stated she plans to continue her innovation efforts to further help disabled veterans with ease of accessibility to needed services, and “I do this for everyone; it’s not just about me.”   As a GInI Council Member, De Bouse will have the opportunity to collaborate with brilliant innovators across the globe on technology development that may better serve disabled veterans with varying conditions. In addition, the opportunity for decision-making on technological innovation is at De Bouse’s fingertips. De Bouse says “Technology is everywhere. It’s in our schools, at your local retailer, the market, you name it. It’s here, and innovation is key to U.S. sustenance in a very technologically competitive global market.”

This young lady is a world changer committed to positive global impact. She consciously chooses to focus on all of the positive possibilities in the world and consistently works toward that end.  To lend credence to her positive world approach, in a recent radio statement on KSYB 980, when asked if she was walking in the light, Greshun De Bouse stated “Only light dwells here.” Greshun De Bouse, we love you and we salute you for all you do for all you do for the world.  Congratulations!

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