Name: Ghabrielle Rhoden
Hometown: Sandy Bay, Clarendon
Key Club name: Glenmuir High School
Year in school: 13
Clubs or activities outside of Key Club: Dance Society, photojournalism, United Nations, Young Leaders
Why did you join Key Club?
I joined Key Club because I was asked to join by the president at the time. I thought of Key Club as the fun club that was always going on trips, and I wanted to be a part of that.
Past Key Club International Leadership Experience:
During the 2022-2023 service year, I had the opportunity to serve as lieutenant governor of Jamaica’s Division 3. I also served as a member of the Truly International Taskforce.
Why did you decide to run for the international board?
I decided to run for two reasons:
I wanted to serve and impact not only my home, school and community but also the world.
I wanted more international representation (non-U.S. districts) on the board.
What is your favorite Key Club memory and why?
My favorite memory would have to be my first district convention. I knew no one there and the way everyone made me feel welcomed and belonged made the whole weekend memorable.
What is your career ambition? Doctor of physical therapy
Hobbies outside of Key Club: Dancing, reading and listening to music
Favorite movie or TV show: “My Name is Earl”
Favorite book: “Full Disclosure” by Camryn Garrett
Favorite food or snack: Oxtail and rice and peas
Favorite animal: Guinea pig
Somewhere you would like to visit in the future: The Bahamas
What is the best advice ever given to you? “Don’t focus on trying to please everyone because it won’t happen.”
What did you want to be when you grew up? Physical therapist