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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | February 5, 2020 | 12:00 AM
His Excellency Donald Tapia ( left), United States ambassador, shares a light moment with President and CEO, Supreme Ventures Ltd, Ann-Dawn Young Sang (centre), President Stephen Price ( right), AMCHAM vice-president and country manager, Flow Jamaica.
Women of purpose, Coleen Grant Reid (left) and Shelly-Ann O’Connor, make a pretty picture.
AMCHAM Vice-President and Flow Jamaica Country Manager Stephen Price (third left) smiles for the camera as he presents an award to Sagicor’s VP Group Marketing Alysia Moulton-White (fourth left), and the team from the Sagicor Foundation, which took the awards for large organisations in civic leadership and corporate social responsibility at the 10th Annual Business and Civic Leadership Excellence Awards hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) last Thursday.
Retired Deputy Commissioner of Police Novelette Grant (second left), and attorney-at-law Allison Peart (third left) join AMCHAM leaders (from left) Stephen Price, Allison Peart, Ann-Dawn Young Sang and Gillian Haughton for a ‘selfie’.
Orville Lewis (left) and Andrew Fazio relax during cocktails.
Ann-Dawn Young Sang (left), president of AMCHAM, and Kayon Mitchell, senior manager, Communications – Northern Cluster at Flow, smile for the camera.

Last Thursday, AMCHAM Jamaica hosted its 10th Annual Business and Civic Leadership Awards at The Jamaica Pegasus. The ‘best of the best’ individuals and companies in the areas of Civic Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility were highlighted and honoured.