Amersley joins Massy Gas board
Massy Gas Products Jamaica Limited says country commercial manager Rohan Ambersley has been appointed a director of the board.
Twelve years a salesman, with expertise in business development, Ambersley is in charge of "all sales, marketing and cylinder management functions in the Jamaican market," Massy Gas said in a press release.
Before he was tapped as com-mercial manager, he held a regional position as sales manager for the eastern territory of Massy Gas.
Ambersley was educated at the University of the West Indies, where he pursued management studies and holds an MBA from the University of Leicester School Of Management. He also pursued studies at the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario in Canada.
Four promoted at Sagicor
Sagicor Group Jamaica has announced four new appointments, including Ingrid Card's ascension to the company's leadership team.
Card, who heads the company's marketing department, was promoted to vice-president for group marketing, reporting directly to CEO/President Richard Byles. She was previously assistant vice-president.
The other three senior management appointments were: Brenda-Lee Martin as vice-president in charge of asset management at Sagicor Investments Jamaica Limited, reporting to that company's CEO, Rohan Miller; Mark Clarke as vice-president in charge of infrastructure and technical services in the Group IT Division, reporting to Executive Vice-President/Chief Financial Officer of Sagicor Group, Ivan Carter; and Latoya Mayhew-Kerr as vice-president of Sagicor Group, but who retains her current role as general manager of pension fund administrator, Employee Benefits Administrator Limited.
Card was educated at Everest University in Florida and is pursuing further studies at University of Technology; Martin, Clarke and Kerr all studied at the University of the West Indies, but Martin also holds an MBA from Manchester Business School, while Kerr holds a master's in mathematics from the University of Alberta in Canada.
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