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Corporate Sightings

Published:Wednesday | July 30, 2014 | 12:00 AM
The leading ladies of Reggae Sumfest sponsors got together for a photo backstage at the festival's Dancehall Night. Hanging out are (from left) Danielia McLean, sponsorship executive, Digicel; Catherine Goodall, regional brand manager at Pepsi; Erin Mitchell, brand manager for Red Stripe; and Tahnida Nunes, senior sponsorship manager at Digicel.
Sagicor's Melicia Green, customer service representative, and her niece, Rodine Mendez, light a luminaria candle in memory of Carol Fong, one of the many persons who have passed away as a result of cancer that were honoured at the 2014 staging of Relay For Life, held on Saturday, June 14 at Police Officer's Club in Kingston. The annual event, organised by the Jamaica Cancer Society, pays tribute to those who have lost their lives, survived or are battling cancer.
Sagicor's team members and their guests supported the Jamaica Cancer Society's Relay for Life at the Police Officer's Club on June 14. The annual event pays tribute to those who have lost their lives, survived or are battling cancer.
Having a good time at Reggae Sumfest on International Night II are (from left) Michelle Watkis, head of government sales for Digicel Business; hotel manager of Secrets Resorts and Spas, Deryk Meany, and general manager for Digicel Business, Jason Corrigan. - Contributed Photos
Dr Paul Brown, new district governor of Rotary International District 7020, is congratulated by his wife, 'First Lady' Kay, at his installation.

It's been a busy summer for the corporate people. We have scenes from Relay For Life, Reggae Sumfest, and there's a new governor in town.