Sisters' Golden Rising Part 1
Taking their spin on the event's gold theme by wearing rose goldwere (from left) The University of the West Indies, Mona auditorNehanda Nkrumah; Complete Contract Consulting Office ManagerKemesa Colson; Sutherland Global Customer Service RepresentativeShelly-Ann Roper; and National Housing Trust Procurement OfficerRochelle Duncan.

After being rescheduled three times due to the pandemic, We Inspire Women's


runch was finally staged Saturday last at Talk of the Town, Jamaica Pegasus. Under the theme “Resolve to Rise” the affair saw a room of sister queens dressed in various shades of gold celebrating success, resilience, and each other. Inspirational speakers, a praise-and-worship session, and further highlighting of the vision of We Inspire Limited CEO Cortia Bingham-McKenzie were all part of the itinerary of this well-received and dynamic event.

Flanking event conceptualiser Cortia Bingham-McKenzie (centre) were the Resolve to Rise brunchspeakers (from left) psychologist Karen DeSilva, Cable & Wireless Communications Northern ClusterVP & General Manager Susanna O'Sullivan, Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel and Hampden Estate directorChristelle Harris, and Sagicor Bank CEO Chorvelle Johnson Cunningham.
Hearts In Service Ministry, which led the event's praise-and-worshipsession, travelled from the second city for the event. From left: NadiaHenry, Désirae Sterling, Miquel Trowers, André Hudson, Cheryl Simms, andRhondae Porter.
Don't let the customKeneea Linton-Georgegown fool you. WeInspire Limited CEOCortia Bingham-McKenziehas dedicated her life toempowering women andgirls to realise the bestversions of themselves.
Restorative Justice Officer Tricia Williams wasa vision in a striking black and gold number withcoordinated jewellery. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
Looking glam and flawlesslyon-theme was event emcee andradio personality Joy Kelly.
Financial advisor and fashiondesigner (Love YC and DriftHome) Jami McPhersonstepped into the frame.

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