Angela Thorbourne (right) Community Health Aide at the Savanna-La-Mar Health Centre collects her certificate and basket of goodies from Regional Public Relations Manager for Sandals and Beaches Negril Jervene Simpson who stopped by her place of employ to surprise her. Mrs. Thorbourne was selected as one of ladies the resorts honoured for International Women’s Day because of her contributions in the area of health care and community service.
Regional Public Relations Manager for Sandals and Beaches Negril Jervene Simpson (right) paid a courtesy visit to Dorothy Satchwell at her home to thank her for being a leading female in the community. Occasion was the resorts’ International Women’s Day celebrations. Satchwell’s passion for helping others go way back. Since her personal diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer she has been busy offering support and advice based upon her personal experiences. Miss Satchwell has been actively involved in various community groups and has done extensive volunteer work in AIDS Hospice, Delinquent Adolescent groups; Adult Literacy groups and Breast Cancer Awareness Group. She is also the Founder of the Misty Blue Cancer Care Foundation.
Busily creating their artistic designs were the leading female managers of Sandals Negril who were engaged in a Wine and Design session as part of the resort’s International Women’s Day celebrations.
Jean Brown (centre) is the centre of attention after she received a courtesy visit from General Managers at Sandals Negril David Latchimy (left) and Beaches Negril General Manager Christopher Elliot on International Women’s Day. Brown, a teacher at Negril All Age School is a force to be reckoned with in the areas of education, christian ministry, drama, environment, volunteerism and so much more. The resorts selected her as one of the leading ladies to be honoured for her service to the community as part of their International Women’s Day celebrations.
Sandals Negril’s leading female managers pause from their wine-sipping and art designs for a photo op. The ladies were honoured on International Women’s Day for the impact they’ve made in the tourism industry and many other aspects of life.
General Manager for Sandals Negril David Latchimy (2nd left) and Beaches Negril General Manager Christopher Elliot (2nd right) came bearing gifts and kind words to these female change makers as part of the resorts’ International Women’s Day Community Appreciation Initiative. The ladies (from left) Violet Houde, Jean Brown and Gloria Gilpin were a part of the group of females being honoured because of their invaluable contribution to either volunteerism, education, community development, environmental preservation or social work. These ladies represent a fraction of all the females the resorts paid homage to on the special day.|


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