Denise Maughan - Sebro
DID YOU KNOW THAT – ‘It runs in Families’ - 1
Denise Maughan-Sebro began her Guiding Career as a girl guide enrolled at Nelson’s Island in 1969 and served as a Ranger in the Point Fortin Ranger Unit under Captain – Ms. Wilma Chang, who recommended her as a First Class and outstanding Guide.
Denise Maughan represented the Association at a Camp at Doe Lake, Ontario, Canada in _1970’s where she excelled in swimming and water activities. Her dedication to the Association and commitment to the Promise and Law impacted on her daughters – Ayanna, and Kandis_, who have shared their mother’s enthusiasm and “belonging” to the Movement.
Ayanna now Dr. Ayanna Sebro started her Guiding Career as a brownie’s in St. Gabriel’s private school at 5 yeas old. She was also a senior guide at Bishop Anstey High School and Tranquility Secondary School and young leader at second Port-of–Spain. She later represented the Association Internationally at Olave 89 in Sussex, England with Catherine Reid as her Guider and attended the World Camp held in Denmark alongside the World Conference in 1993.
During her studies abroad she maintained her Guiding contact in the United States of America and on her return to Trinidad she was appointed Vice President of the Association.
Her sister, Kandis was also a Brownie