Connect the World Forms Youth and Young Adults Programs group to Combat
Economic and Social Problems
Led by Kimberly and Andrea Gray, the Youth and Young Adults Programs will continue Connect
the Worlds mission of resolving worldwide social and economic problems.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 23, 2009 -- Connect the World (CTW) announced it has launched a new group
today dedicated to Youth and Young Adults Programs.
The Youth and Young Adults Programs will focus on the contribution that this next generation of leaders can
make to the social and economical problems faced by them and their piers around the world. The programs group
will be headed up Andrea Gray and Kimberly Gray. They are not new to CTW, their mother and stepfather,
Bonnie and Peter Matourek, are the founders.
Speaking during a staff meeting, James Anderson, Executive Director, indicated the reasoning behind this new
endeavor was the message that must resonate within the communities which CTW are involved, is one of
economic regeneration, education and social responsibility.
Part of the way that CTW is helping these communities to deliver on these pillars is via data proliferation, which
is something that the technical savvy generation which this division focuses on has turned into a lifeline
technology. Through this group, CTW is reaching out to universities, youth groups, peer to peer meeting points,
social networking groups and other like minded organizations to share ideas, fundraising events, and call to
When asked about their reasoning for taking on this responsible, Andrea and Kimberly said: We believe that as
the next generation of leaders, we have an obligation to ensure that all countries are able to pursue an economical
and social agenda which is based on a peaceful and level playing field. This can only happen with programs like
this which provide the basic needs of the community which in turn allows them to further develop in this
connected global world."
Andrea Gray is a recent graduate of New York Uni