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Published:Monday | November 28, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Sagicor joined forces with NCB to host the Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) after-party at the Courtleigh Auditorium on Saturday night. After a stellar execution, the events team took a few moments to unwind with PAJ President Dionne Jackson-Miller (fifth left). They are NCB’s Judith Wilson (fourth right) and members of the Sagicor Group marketing team (from left) Nadene Newsome, Davianne Tucker, Jodi-Ann Swack, Kadia Edwards, Garfene Grandison, Alysia White, Shanielle Bramwell and Shara Anderson-Grant.
Lady in red, Amita Persaud-Webb.
Red Stripe team (from left) Tyheissa Williams, external communications executive; Stacy-Ann Smith, brand and corporate PR manager; and Garth Williams, sustainability manager.
Broadcast journalists Dionne Jackson Miller and Archibald Gordon.
Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Her Excellency Audrey Marks (left), and Jamaica’s Consul General Trudy Deans (right) flank Chief Executive Officer of East Orange General Hospital Otis Street. They shared the red carpet at Help Jamaica Medical Mission Sixth Annual Black Tie Affair at Hanover Manor in New Jersey.
Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Her Excellency Audrey Marks, presents the 2016 Caribbean American Heritage Trailblazer Award to outstanding actress and Emmy Award nominee Victoria Rowel, who is of Jamaican heritage. The award was given at the 23rd annual Caribbean American Heritage Awards gala held at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on Friday, November 18.
Jamaica’s permanent representative to the Organization of American States (OAS) and chairman of the Permanent Council of the OAS, Ambassador Audrey Marks, greets Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón as he arrives at the OAS headquarters in Washington, DC, on November 18 to attend a special meeting of the Permanent Council on the Colombia Peace Agreement chaired by Marks. At centre is OAS Assistant Secretary General-Ambassador Nestor Mendez.

The lobby of the Courtleigh Auditorium received the Jacqui Tyson touch last Saturday night when banking giants Sagicor and NCB honoured the nation's journalists by hosting a media party following the Press Association of Jamaica's awards ceremony. Draped in white and dripping in silver, the members of the media were fÍted in fine style.