Lorna Myers inducted to PSOJ Hall of Fame

Published: Friday | November 16, 2012 Comments 0
Lorna Allison Myers receives her citation from president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, Christopher Zacca, at her induction into the PSOJ Hall of Fame at the Wyndham Kingston hotel on Wednesday night. - photos by Winston Sill/ Freelance Photographer
Lorna Allison Myers receives her citation from president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, Christopher Zacca, at her induction into the PSOJ Hall of Fame at the Wyndham Kingston hotel on Wednesday night. - photos by Winston Sill/ Freelance Photographer

Wednesday night belonged to Lorna Myers, the head of one of Jamaica's most famous, and most patronised, business operations - the KFC chain.

Myers, the chair of Restaurants of Jamaica Limited, which holds the Jamaican franchises for Pizza Hut and KFC, was inducted into the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica Hall of Fame on Wednesday night.

She is the first woman to be given the honour, and the 20th addition to the pantheon of business giants.

Each year since 1992, the PSOJ pays tribute to one private-sector leader whose contributions to business and country span at least 25 years.

Myers, along with her late husband Anthony, founded and developed ROJ in 1975.

The induction was held at Wyndham Kingston hotel in New Kingston.


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