United for The Woman King
Sherianne Hart (left), group marketing manager, FirstRock Group, and Stephannie Coy, CEO, United Way of Jamaica..

THE United Way of Jamaica (UWJ) has for the past 36 years mobilised resources to transform lives across Jamaica in the sectors of education, health, and income generation. The organisation has been able to achieve sustained impact over the years from the monetary contributions of individuals and corporate entities toward various initiatives that seek to create social value.

As part of its fund-raising activities for 2022, the UWJ hosted the movie premiere of The Woman King starring Viola Davis and featuring our very own actress Lashana Lynch at the Palace Cineplex recently. Here are some highlights:

From left: Alicia Silvera Grant, senior operations and human resource officer, FirstRock Group; Sherianne Hart, group marketing manager, FirstRock Group; Santanio Husi, secretary and operations officer, FirstRock Foundation; and Courtnie Brady, assistant manager, legal and compliance, FirstRock Group, pose for photos at the premiere..
Sherianne Hart (left), group marketing manager, FirstRock Group, and Chorvelle Johnson Cunningham, board chair, United Way of Jamaica..

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