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On the corporate circuit

Published:Thursday | October 8, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Courtney Wynter (right), chairman of COK pension sheme, presents document to Janice Robinson Longmore, (left), deputy general manager of JN Fund Managers, after siging an agreement between the City of Kingston Retirement Sheme and Jamaica National Fund Managers Limited, as Pension Administrator. Looking on are André Gooden, senior business development officer and Jacqueline Mighty. They were at the COK Head Office in Kingston last Thurday.
Marseline Thompson (second right), head of the Home Economics Department and Althea Martin (right), a teacher, receive a stove from: (from left) Simone Henry, member of production club, Claudette Jackson-Rickards, president of Production Club, Maxine Henry-Wilson, commissioner for Jamaica Tertiary Education Commission; Glendon Gordon, vice president of Guardian Life Limited and Nehemiah Perry, at the Guardian Life Group Production Club Project handing over ceremony of the refurbishing of the Home Economics room at Camperdown High School in Kingston on Friday, October 2.
President of the IAJ, Karen Bhoorasingh poses with Dr Leon Vaughan at Insurance Association of Jamamica 10th anniversary celebration Health Fair at Holy Cross Church Hall on Saturday, October 3.
Kelly Tomblin, president and CEO of JPS, chats with Dave Gormley (centre), founder and CEO of Mozobi and Ronald McKay, president of AMCHAM at the AMCHAM breakfast launch of Amber Connect at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday.