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On the Corporate Circuit

Published:Friday | July 29, 2016 | 12:00 AM
From Left: St George’s College student Kiano Herbert collects his prize for most improved player from the managers for the school’s track team, Lyndon Latore and Dennis Charley, during a recent St George’s reception.
Douglas Stiebel (left), chairman of the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET), presents Renee Whitehorne, marketing manager, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, with an award of appreciation for the bank’s continued support of JET programmes. The bank has been a consistent annual sponsor of the organisation’s School Environment Programme (SEP), through which teachers and students are guided in campus-based activities carried out by their schools’ environment clubs. At the end of the academic year, top-performing schools are assessed and awarded for their environmental work. SEP is funded through a grant from the Natural Resources Conservation Authority, with additional support from corporate partners like CIBC.
General Manager of Digicel Business Brian Bennett-Easy and his lovely wife Makeba, vice-president of human resources at First Global Bank Limited, flash stunning smiles for the camera inside the Digicel Business corporate box at Sabina Park on July 20.
From Left: Patricia Duncan Sutherland, Imani Duncan Pryce, Stephen Steele and his wife Josina pose for the camera at the recent night cricket matches at Sabina Park.
Jacqueline Sharp (left) Scotia Group president and CEO, is tickled pink as Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Babsy Grange shows off her cricket fashion.