Jasmine Greene, 18
CEO & Founder
Student-Entrepreneur of the
University of the West Indies.
Former Student Of The
Former Leader of the
National Barbados Robotics Team
CEO & Founder's Bio
Jasmine Greene, Barbadian 18 years of age, is the youngest CEO to establish a non-profit educational organization in the history of the Caribbean and the first female to be on the national Barbados Robotics Team, starting at age 13.
She attends the Waterford University pursuing STEM education with a passion and love for dance. Jasmine founded Private Caribbean Study Goals (PCSG) and established the online institution at the age of 16 in March 2020 due to COVID-19 resulting in the impactful closure of Caribbean education. Thus, she created PCSG to provide free high-quality education for students by students with the motto, "Students Helping Students Succeed". Presently, her organization harbors 4.5 thousand students from every CARICOM country with an 100% exam (Caribbean Examination Council) pass rate.
She is a UNITE 2030 internationally-recognized Changemaker and activist for The United Nation's 4th Sustainable Development Goal: Quality Education.
She is the former leader of the national robotics team and represented the World at the First Global Challenge Robotics Olympics in Dubai 2019 and placed in the top 50 in the first day of competition.
Accompanying a future career as the first female robotics engineer in the Caribbean, she will continue to provide free and fun high-quality education for everyone.
May students continue to help
students succeed for free.
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow.