Thu | Aug 6, 2020

Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | October 7, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Flashing their megawatt smiles are members of the Nestlé Jamaica senior management team, (from left) Rhona Morgan, Garfene Grandison, Antoinette Johnson Peart and Linton Johnson.
LEFT: Tanesha Westcarr, youth leader on Jamaica’s Diaspora Advisory Board stepped out in style.
High Commissioner Seth George Ramocan is pleased to welcome Omari McQueen, an 11-year-old vegan chef and entrepreneur, and his mother, Leah, to Jamaica Youth Connect.
Family first: Tanesha Westcarr, youth leader on Jamaica’s Diaspora Advisory Board, is flanked by her cousins Trevon (left) and Tariq.
Chevening scholars Sherry Perrier (left) and Tishauna Mullings raise a toast to the event’s success.
From Left: Nestlé Jamaica senior managers Linton Johnson and Daniel Caron (centre) share a laugh with Agriculture Minister Audley Shaw at the JMEA Awards Gala on Saturday night.
Members of the Global Jamaica Youth Group (L-R) Janelle Raeburn, William Willson and Aisha Morgan have a lot to smile about

There was a wave of youthful energy across the Jamaican diaspora last Thursday as the Global Jamaica Youth Group hosted Jamaica Youth Connect in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. Here are highlights from the event at the Jamaican High Commission in London. Back home, the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters’ Association hosted its Awards Gala at The Jamaica Pegasus on Saturday. Nestlé Jamaica Limited was nominated in three categories and walked away at the end of the night with the coveted Quality and Standard Award, presented by the National Certification Body of Jamaica. Take a look at the highlights.