A distinguished collection of leading and influential women in Jamaica will make keynote adresses at the 2013-2014 Leaders-to-Leaders (Jamaica) second in a five-part Speaker Series.
The series begin on Monday, September 23, at the Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, under the theme 'Closing the leadership Gap, why women can, and must help rule the world.'
Among the women down to speak are Olivia 'Babsy' Grange, Opposition Member of Parliament; US Ambassador to Jamaica Pamela Bridgewater; Kelly Tomblin, Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Public Service Company; Pat Ramsay, philanthropist, mentor, thought leader, and founding-president, International Women Forum, Jamaica Chapter, and Paula Llewellyn, Director of Public Prosecutions.
Dr Dana Morris Dixon, former acting president of Jamaica's trade and investment promotions agency (JAMPRO), and currently group director at Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS), will host/moderate the discussions.
The speaker series brings prominent leaders to our stage to share with others their knowledge, experience, including tips for competing in the global marketplace, managing people and assets, and creating and sustaining organisational value, said Dennis Morgan, the Speaker Series conceptualiser.
"Leaders-to-Leaders Speaker Series is a tremendously refreshing and edifying collection of empowering presentations and frank talks, which our audience appreciate and thoroughly enjoy, especially the opportunity to gain valuable perspectives, identify new trends shaping local and international commerce, within the Jamaican context .
Leaders-to-Leaders (Jamaica), is a Jamaica-based business entity, committed to improving and sharing knowledge, fostering business relationship Jamaica. The series start in July and ends in March of the following year. Speakers invited to participate are among some of Jamaica's most accomplished and distinguished leaders and change agents.