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Corporate Sightings

Published:Tuesday | April 21, 2015 | 12:00 AM
From left, back row: Glen Creamer of Providence Equity Partners; Traug Keller, senior vice-president, ESPN; Father Garvin Augustine; and Father Jeff Dillon. From left, front row: Laura Doherty, executive director, Mustard Seed Community in the United States; Thalia Lyn, chief executive officer of Island Grill Jamaica; Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon, founder of the Mustard Seed Communities; Darcy Tulloch-Williams, executive director of the Mustard Seed Communities; Pammy Griffin and Jack Griffin, chief executive officer of Tribune Publishing.
Janette Taylor (left), executive director of Devon House Development Company Limited, and Paul Pennicook (right), director of tourism, spend time with Levaughn Flynn, senior corporate communications manager at Red Stripe, during theObama media lyme at The Devonshire.
Women Leaders at Scotiabank join International Women’s Forum (IWF) president, Minna Israel (third left), and celebratory guest. Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma (centre), chairperson for the African Union Commission. Dr Zuma was guest speaker at the IWF Phenomenal Women Breakfast held recently at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel. The event, sponsored by Scotiabank Jamaica, also had in attendance team members (from left) Debra Spence, Heather Goldson, Patsy Latchman-Atterbury, Jacqueline Sharp, Monique Todd and Rosemarie Pillner.
ScotiaFoundation's, Executive Director, Joylene Griffiths Irving (left), poses at the finish line with Kingston City run organisers Nicola Madden Greig and Christopher Jarrett. Griffiths Irving was one of many Scotia volunteers to assist with the execution of the event, participating in the distribution of finisher medals, acting as marshals and encouraging participants along the route.
The Lyn family (from left): Michael Lyn; his wife, Denise Dubuque-Lyn; their daughter, Annabella Lyn; Thalia Lyn, head of Island Grill, and her husband, Captain Mike Lyn (Ret); grandson Matthew Lyn, and business associate, Captain David McRae (Ret). They were out in support of Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon, who was honoured by the American Friends of Jamaica in Florida last Friday night.

Founder of the Mustard Seed Communities, Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon, was honoured by the American Friends of Jamaica in Florida last Friday night. Members of the local and overseas boards of the Jamaican-based organisation were on hand to congratulate him. Among them were Thalia Lyn and the Island Grill family.