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Published:Tuesday | March 14, 2017 | 3:00 AM
Kaydian Ricketts was all dolled up in this floral dress when our lens captured her inside the Nestlé Hub on International Women’s Day.
Keisha Palmer, head of corporate affairs, communications and consumer relations, greeted our lens with a smile after receiving her personalised dish garden on International Women’s Day.
The ladies of Nestlé Jamaica were all powered up after leaning in at their Bold Convos & Beautiful Cocktails event last week, celebrating International Women’s Day where former senator Imani Duncan Price (5th left) presented on Women in the Workplace and Navigating in a Society of Change.
Moyah Morgan had her dish garden front and centre for our lens when we spotted her at the Bold Convos and Beautiful Cocktails event at the Nestlé Head office recently.
T’Shura Gibbs is a ball of fire and energy as she shares a smile with our camera.
WIE: Building relationships and sisterhood. From left: Kelly Tomblin, Camille Facey, Minna Israel and Hilary Alexander.
Lisa McIntosh shows off her taste in style and fashion in this maxi dress.
From left: The Sagicor team, Alysia Moulton-White, Marcia Roberts and Kemesha Batchelor at the Women in Energy Conference.
CEO of B3 Caribbean Magazine Michelle Gordon shows that she is total woman with Sagior’s ‘bloom where you are planted’ flowers.
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The month has been filled with numerous activities celebrating and highlighting women. JPSCo raised the bar as it hosted its two-day Women in Energy Conference on Thursday and Friday, leading by example and 'doing power differently' at The Jamaica Pegasus in Kingston.

Also, Nestle Jamaica celebrated its women last week at a special cocktail reception entitled Bold Convos & Beautiful Cocktails at its New Kingston office, where special guest Imani Duncan Price came to share a few inspiring and empowering words in an effort to lean in for the special day.

Here are some highlights.