Jump Caribbean! Our Caribbean in 2040

Directed by Lynn Saghir, produced by District7Media


Imagine our Caribbean, our #OneCaribbean, becoming the world’s first climate-smart zone—a collection of economies that thrive on renewable energy – by applying technological innovations to confront the effects of climate change as well as creating spaces for the people of the Caribbean to be safe, productive and happy.

In the Caribbean of 2040, public policies are anchored in a sound institutional framework, citizens are encouraged to move freely, an improved rule of law is the norm, and the unique creativity and talents of our people is nurtured.

We can help shape these changes for our Caribbean. The choices we make today will write the history for tomorrow.

This is not the time to catch up.

Now is the time to jump.

Jump Caribbean!




About the author

Lynn Saghir is a Communications and Creative Director for the Caribbean at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). Before joining the IDB, she worked as a design, communications and marketing specialist at the World Bank and held multiple roles as creative director for leading global graphic design and advertising companies responsible for crafting, developing and conceptualizing big ideas, social media, strategies and pitches for multimillion dollars campaigns and ads. Lynn holds a Bachelor Degree in Graphic Design from the American University of Beirut, an MBA and a Masters in Management from the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP). She has created a board game and founded the fashion brand Lylus. She received two Community Management certificates from the World Bank where she was awarded for high quality work, collaboration, commitment, and engagement. Lynn is a mother of 2 wonderful boys, Liam and Ryan. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, skiing, exploring new cultures, and walking by the ocean. Other than her love for adventure, she has a passion for music and movies.

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