Mr. Lyttleton Shirley, CD, JP – Chairman
Appointed in June 2016, he has served in many senior capacities in both the private and public enterprises spanning various industries including automotive industry, chemical manufacturing and international trade and tourism. With his background in Chemical Engineering and a fervent concern for public health, Lyttleton was the Chairman for The South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) for over eight years. He also served on the Board of Management of the University Hospital of the West Indies and the Pest Control Authority Board. In 2016 he was appointed as Executive Chairman of Factories Corporation of Jamaica Limited.
He also serves as a Government appointed Board Member of the Port Authority of Jamaica, as well as on other management Boards and Committees.
Ms. Stephanie Abrahams
Ms Stephanie Abrahams is Senior Analyst, in the Office of the Minister at the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service. She has also served as HR Business, and Business Oversight, Operations and Support Coordinator at the Jamaica Producers Group Limited.
A St. Andrew High School for Girls Alumni, and a trained Project Manager- Ms Abrahams holds a BA in Geography, with a minor in History from the University of the West Indies, Mona and a MBA (Dist.), from the Mona School of Business & Management.
She is a long-standing member of the Kiwanis family and is currently a member of the Kiwanis Club of New Kingston. She also serves as a Director on the Boards of the Water Resources Authority and The Postal Corporation of Jamaica.
Mrs. Marvalyn Fraser – Campbell, MSC, BSC, JP Chairman
A results-driven individual, committed to achieving organizational goals and a selfless people-centred volunteer, who goes beyond the call of duty to assist others in realizing their full potential. She holds a BSc. (Hons.) in Administrative Management and a MSc (Summa Cum Laude) in Human Resource Management. She is certified in Industrial Relations, Marketing & Sales, Public Relations, Occupational Safety & Health, Facilities Management, Grief Counselling, Social Psychology, Dispute Resolution and other fields.
Mrs. Fraser-Campbell is a Justice of the Peace for the Parish of St. Andrew. Her volunteer services at the Ministry of Justice includes serving as a Lay Magistrate at the St. Andrew Parish Court and in the area of Restorative Justice. She is an avid sportswoman, who is a certified UWI and JAAA Track & Field Official with over 30 years’ experience. Mrs. Fraser -Campbell serves on several Boards. In 2011, she was recognized by Vauxhall High School for “Invaluable Contribution” to the School’s Board. She is a devoted member of Antioch Assembly of God, where she is an ordained Deaconess.
Mr. David Baugh
With over 20 years’ experience in the insurance business, veteran, David “Neil” Baugh is a fine example of the saying: “children learn what they live”. While attending the University of the West Indies (UWI) he joined the Jamaica Citadel Insurance Brokers Limited, which was founded by his father in 1996. He started a call centre in the Cazoumar Free Zone and worked in start-up training for Caribbean Asset Management Company (CAMCo) before returning to the family-business which he now spearheads with his sibling and daughter.
He serves on several Boards including, Montego Bay Free Zone Company Limited, +Montego Freeport Limited, Cornwall Regional Hospital and Island Traffic Authority
Ms. Joy Cotterel
Ms. Cotterel is the definition of patriotism as she has been serving her country for over 10 years in many capacities, including being a children’s advocate. Currently she sits on the board of the Jamaica Library Service and is a councillor in the Barbican Division. Additionally, she is the Vice Chancellor of Civic International Affairs for the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation. Her affiliation with these entities allows her to represent key interests such as youth empowerment within volatile communities such as Grants Pen and ensuring that youths are given equal opportunities to a good education. Her Mantra is in developing people and communities with each one reaching one.
Ms. Novlette Howell
An accomplished Professional in Human Resource and Administrative Management who combines extensive Industry expertise in both the private and public sectors. She has proven track record in leading project teams and has honed her skills in banking, and Government Administration. Mrs. Howell is a successful and highly driven individual who is results oriented. She is a strong advocate for women and women’s rights, who was the recipient of the Canadian International Women’s Achiever’s Award in 2019, for community leadership. She also copped the Kingston and St. Andrew Social Development Commission’s Award in 2018, for leadership and community development. Her mantra is to drive transformation by mentoring young people in her community, a duty she prides herself in as a trained children’s advocate
Ms. Deborah Newland
Ms Newland currently serves at the Development Bank of Jamaica as General Manager of Logistics and Corporate Development. She is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Mona, where she studied Law. She serves in several capacities such as Director of the National Housing Trust, Director of JAMPRO and Director of the Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority. Her passion is to assist those who are mentally impaired and are unable to learn in a regular classroom setting. This she plans to achieve by lobbying for the requisite resources to provide a platform for equal learning opportunities for this group.
Mr. Christian Tavares-Finson
A McMasters University graduate, with a high profile and successful career as Attorney-at-law. He attended Norman Manley Law School and was admitted to the Jamaican Bar Association in 2009. In 2017 he was appointed as a Notary Public for the Parish of Kingston and St Andrew. He sits on several boards representing varying interests and is passionate about charity work and his involvement in the 4Y’s Foundation is testament to this. He was appointed Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Jamaica in 2017 and serves as Justice of the Peace. Mr. Tavares-Finson serves on several Boards.