In 2012 I visited England on behalf of Trinidad and Tobago. My trip included attending the London 2012 Paralympics. I participated by being a torch bearer at the Opening Ceremonies. I was filled with gratitude, appreciation and a sense of duty after having been given such an honor. The trip was truly a memorable one filled with fantastic experiences. I met so many great people who I will never forget. The reception by everyone was so warm and friendly. It is definitely an experience I will never forget. In an effort to share this memory as many people as I possibly can, I have posted a video to my YouTube Chanel. Please watch and enjoy. Your Support is greatly appreciated. And please subscribe to my channel. Many Thanks- Anthony.
On November 16th 2017 I gave a speech at an event held by Scotia Bank Women's Network. The event was entitled "Be Bold For Change, Wonder Women and Supermen. The other speakers had great stories to share and I think everyone left with to keep in mind. The event was so well organised thanks to Estelle Narine and the other members that held and put together this event. I met so many great people like Misty (in the picture). I'm so glad to have educated and entertained.
On 13:03:14 I ran with First Lady her excellency Reema Camona of the republic of Trinidad & Tobago, and the then British High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago Arthur Snell. It was to mark the passing of the Queen's Baton in Trinidad and Tobago. It passes through all commonwealth countries before the beginning of the Commonwealth Games with took place in Glasgow that year. I felt such honor and joy to have been chosen to participate in that event, and to have been invited to the Embassy cocktail party held the night before.
I had the honor of interviewing, The Right Honorable, Senator Melissa V. Ramkissoon. She is a true public servant as she took time to let me interview her at The Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for my Caribbean Civilization Portfolio. The meeting was great and she was a big help. I look forward to meeting her again. I admire her so much and hope to learn a lot from her. I can't thank her enough for her help.
Anthony Kipps is a law student at the University of the West Indies. He is an ambassador of persons with disabilitys as well as a social motivator. He is the recipient of the 2011 Youth of the Year Award. In total he has amassed seven (6) awards. He graduated the University of the West Indies Opean Campus with a certificate in business management. He is the second and youngest child of Harold and June Kipps.