Knight heads UDC board

Published: Friday | April 20, 2012 Comments 0

Senator K.D. Knight has been appointed chairman of the board of the Urban Development Corporation.

Knight is an attorney and former minister of government who has served the justice, national security, and foreign affairs and foreign trade portfolios.

In announcing the names of the members of the new UDC board, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller noted they would serve for three years.

Senator K.D. Knight, Queen's Counsel - chairman

John Cooke, businessman - deputy chairman

Senator Lambert Brown, trade unionist

Marsha Francis, mayor of Morant Bay

Ralph Thomas, academic lecturer

Ralston Hyman, economist

Shalman Scott, businessman

Mark Nelson, civil engineer

Marcia Edwards, physical planner (Windalco)

Pamela Redwood, administrative executive

Jahlil Dabdoub Jr, businessman

Carol Jackson, businesswoman

Andrew Azar, businessman

Colonel David Cummings, JDF Engineering Regiment

Clinton Clarke, marketing executive

Derrick Webb

The Rev Monsignor Michael Lewis

Norman Minott, attorney-at-law

Patrick Peterkin, attorney-at-law

Reynold Scott, engineer and land developer

A representative from the Ministry of Finance and Planning

A representative from the Office of the Prime Minister

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