CT Strategies Selects Future Trade Leaders Fellowship Recipient, Jasmine Taylor


In July, CT Strategies announced the launch of the Future Trade Leaders Fellowship. (FTLF) The Fellowship aims to support the education and professional development of undergraduate women with financial need who are passionate about international trade and other customs-related areas.  

Following the announcement, we received a large number of exceptional applicants. The process of narrowing down the large pool highly qualified candidates was challenging. We are very thankful to all those who applied, and continue encourage them all in their future careers as they advance diversity and equity in the field of international trade. 

Jasmine Taylor

Future Trade Leaders Fellow 2021

We are honored to announce Jasmine Taylor as the selected recipient for the 2021-2022 Future Trade Leader Fellowship. Ms. Taylor is a Senior at Syracuse University double-majoring in Economics and International Relations with a minor in Sociology. Her concentrations include International Law, Organizations, and Trade.  She enjoys traveling, volunteering, and being outdoors.  

“I look forward to gaining the skills and tools I need to be successful in my future career endeavors in the international trade Industry”

As the Future Trade Leaders Fellowship recipient, Jasmine has been awarded $8,000 toward continuing her education, she will have access to mentorship from accomplished women in the field, and will be interning at CT Strategies during the Summer of 2022. 


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