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William Mahfood is new PSOJ president

Published:Thursday | December 18, 2014 | 12:33 PM
Mahfood... promised to continue advocacy to promote private sector-led growth and development for Jamaica

The Chairman of WISYNCO Group, William Mahfood, is the new president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ).



Mahfood was elected the 17th PSOJ boss at a Council meeting held at the PSOJ’s offices on Hope Road, St Andrew this afternoon.



He succeeds Christopher Zacca who did not seek re-election.



Mahfood has promised to continue the advocacy on behalf of the private sector to promote private sector-led growth and development for Jamaica.



READ: William Mahfood - No place for stereotypes





The PSOJ is governed by a 50-member council which is elected by the general membership to serve for a two years.



THE NEW PSOJ EXECUTIVE:

Vice presidents


Dennis Cohen - Deputy group managing director, NCB

Gary ‘Butch’ Hendrickson - Managing director, Continental Baking Company Ltd.

Christopher Barnes - Managing director of The Gleaner Company



Honorary Treasurer

Frank James, Group Chief Financial Officer at GraceKennedy Ltd



Honorary Secretary

(To be appointed by the Executive Committee at their first meeting)



Executive Committee associations

Jamaica Bankers Association

Jamaica Exporters’ Association

Jamaica Employers’ Federation

Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association

Jamaica Securities Dealers Association

MSME Alliance

The Women Business Owners Jamaica Limited



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