VM brings cheer to Women's Centre

The adolescent mothers of the Women’s Centre of Jamaica Foundation (WCJF) received some Christmas cheer when members of the VM Foundation and the VM Group’s Legal, Compliance, Risk, Fraud and Securities and Registration units presented some much-needed items to the centre recently.

The team also participated in a time of worship and gave the young ladies encouraging words as they prepare to face a new year. Sharing in the moment are (from left) Sophia Lewis – programme lead, VM Foundation; Marlene Taylor-Reid – manager, securities and registration; Stacy-Ann Ramsook, manager – group fraud investigations; Katrina Young – manager, enterprise risk management; Keri-Gaye Brown, group chief legal compliance and risk officer; and Gaye Williams, WCJF Kingston centre manager.

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