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Jamaican Dr. Tashni-Ann Dubroy Named One of Washington Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business”

On October 7, 2021, Jamaican academic and United States university administrator Tashni-Ann Dubroy, Ph.D., will be celebrated at one of the most popular signature events sponsored by the Washington Business Journal, a live in-person celebration that recognizes the most influential businesswomen in the Washington DC area. This will be the 18th annual staging of the “Women Who…
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Glenmuir sixth-former donates tablets, laptops to students

Glenmuir sixth-former donates tablets, laptops to students

Jaleel Williams, who is now in his final year of sixth form at Glenmuir High School, said he could not ignore the needs of his fellow students for gadgets to accommodate their classes. Cognisant of the fact that many were struggling with online classes as a result of the lack, he said he felt compelled…
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Judith Campbell, Class of 1978 Badge of Honour for Long and Faithful Service

Congratulations Judith Campbell, Class of 1978, on being awarded the Badge of Honour for Long and Faithful Service!

The Flagrans family celebrates Judith for being awarded the BADGE OF HONOUR FOR LONG AND FAITHFUL SERVICE (BH{L}) for thirty-seven (37) years of service to the Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ). Miss Campbell will receive her award at the 59th National Honours and Awards Ceremony in October 2021. Please click here to read more about…
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Donald Clarke, Class of 1969 SNF Hall of Fame

Congratulations Donald Clarke, Class of 1969, on being inducted into the SFNet Hall of Fame!

Proud alumnus Donald Clarke, who is the President  & CEO of Asset Based Lending Consultants, becomes one of only 14 Executive Directors of the Secured Financial Network (SFNet). He also serves as the Education Chair responsible for overseeing continuing education programs for member banks and lenders in the US. He has been inducted into the Secured…
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Rosheika Grant - Chevening Scholarship Recipient

Rosheika ready to move Jamaica’s sports into the big leagues

More than 270 Jamaicans have been awarded Chevening Scholarships since Jamaica’s first cohort in 1984. Founded in 1983, Chevening is the United Kingdom Government’s global scholarship programme aimed at developing global leaders through providing the opportunity to undertake postgraduate study in the UK. This year 17 outstanding Jamaicans were selected for the scholarship. Today the Jamaica…
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Tashana Brown - new Glenmuir Student

Tashana Brown Plans to Break the Cycle of Poverty Through Education

The hurdles of no texbooks, and sometimes no lunch money, did not deter Tashana Brown, a York Town Primary School student who aced the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations and copped a place at Glenmuir High School in Clarendon. Compounding the challenges of an already-strenuous school life, Tashana was forced to venture into a neighbouring…
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