We are excited to introduce you to Brianna Wilkerson who just received the Young Caymanian Leadership Award at our 16-Year Anniversary event.  Brianna has already hit the ground running, speaking at her first engagement only 36 hours after receiving the prestigious YCLA Recipient title for 2016 to a High School group of 240 students.

The goal of the Young Caymanian Leadership Awards programme is to recognise and honour role models for the youth of Cayman. Each year, the recipient commits a significant amount of time and energy to speaking with and encouraging Cayman’s young people to make the right choices in life and achieve their full potential.  In today’s world, the positive messages that Brianna can impart to our youth are more needed than ever before.

For this reason, we are reaching out to members of the community, encouraging them to consider booking Brianna for events at Cayman’s schools, churches, office engagements and youth organisations.

Here is a bit of background on this outstanding young Caymanian, who has an inspiring message of providing purpose and motivation to inspire success for our youth.


Brianna works at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the Regional Finance Department, and also enjoys working for herself using her Health Coaching Certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition at her health coaching and wellness business, Made Well. She is also a strong advocate on island for using natural solutions for better health.

Taking to the stage following the announcement that she had been selected, she said, “What an honour it is to stand in front of you as the 2016 Young Caymanian Leadership Award Recipient. During my time together with each of these finalists over the past few months getting to know them, hear their heart for the youth and their love for Cayman and their desire to see transformation for our community, I thought to myself I would love to follow them, they are four amazing people who give their lives to see their island and their nation reach its full potential.”

Brianna told attendees the honor and responsibility of being a recipient is one that she does not take on lightly, because  of the opportunity it provides to influence and potentially transform our youth.

Brianna said this transformation would only come as a result of everyone committing to serving and loving the young and old people of Cayman with all we have and helping them to find their purpose in life.  “That is my prayer for you as well, that you will know your purpose and also invest in the people of Cayman for a better tomorrow.”

We will be booking Brianna’s schedule on a first-come, first-served basis, so please email us with your preferred date or dates as soon as possible. Send an e-mail to with the subject line: Booking for Brianna.