Friday, September 23, 2022

The Emerge Summit is up and running again!

The personal development platform, which went on a two-year hiatus due to the emergence of the novel coronavirus pandemic, returned bigger and better this year, in partnership with Sagicor, for a hybrid staging which gave 'Emergers' the option to show up in person or tune in virtually. Under this year's theme, 'Emerging without Limits,' the event took place at the AC Hotel in Kingston on Sunday, and offered attendees complimentary make-up touch-ups, professional headshots and a suite of personal development material.

The event, co-founded by the trio of Naomi Garrick, Catherine Goodall and Rochelle Cameron, pulled in a slew of esteemed speakers — who left attendees with inspirational lessons and included performing artiste and co-creator, Meet The Mitchells Wayne Marshall; VP of Group Marketing Sagicor & Executive Director, Sagicor Foundation Alysia Moulton White; CEO, Paramount Trading Jamaica Ltd Hugh Graham; CEO, Sagicor Bank and author Chorvelle Johnson Cunningham; CEO & Founder, Dolla Financial, Kadeen Mairs and Gabrielle Waite, managing director cosmetic company Gabby Glam.

Please turn to Social pages 25, 26, and 27 for more highlights.

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