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JMMB Group & WLI Join in Celebrating International Women’s Day 

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SPS_3761_resize: (L-R) St. George’s High School student, Jahmali Blackwood shares his views on gender issues with his colleagues, O’Neil Corinaldie, Saphari Henry and Niquae Herdsman and Kim Mair (centre), CEO, JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation at the recently held Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) International Women’s Day forum, which took place at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. The event which was themed, ‘#MeToo: The Jamaican Response’ explored the role of several women’s organization in assisting women who have been victims of abuse and other gender related matters. A panel also examined socializing boys as part of the discussion on the occasion. 

SPS_3765_resize: An animated Kim Mair (centre), CEO of JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation engages sixth form St. George’s High School students in a discussion about gender issues in the high school context, at the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) International Women’s Day forum, which took place at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. The event which was themed, ‘#MeToo: The Jamaican Response’ explored the role of several women’s organization in assisting women who have been victims of abuse and other gender related matters. A panel also examined socializing boys as part of the discussion on the occasion. 

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For more information please contact:
Patricia Valentine 
Corporate Communications Lead, The JMMB Group 
Telephone: 704-3935 (office) or 489-4059 (mobile) 
E-mail: patricia_valentine@jmmb.com 

 

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