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“Jamaica’s Environment is Ripe” for Reducing Corruption – Jeanette Calder
Jeanette Calder, civil society advocate and Executive Director of the Jamaica Accountability Meter Portal (JAMP) has argued that the present environment in Jamaica, aided by enabling legislation, press freedom and a robust system of oversight agencies, parliamentary oversight committees and the persistent agitation by civil society, makes for a “ripe environment” to tackle the scourge of corruption impacting the country.
UTech/JMMB Joan Duncan Memorial Lecture Explores ‘Reducing Corruption and its Impact on Jamaica’s Development’
“Reducing Corruption and its Impact on Jamaica’s Development” is the theme of this year’s Joan Duncan Memorial Lecture, hosted by the Joan Duncan School of Entrepreneurship, Ethics and Leadership (JDSEEL), University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) in collaboration with the JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation. The lecture is slated for Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 5:30 pm at the Amphitheatre, Shared Facilities Building, Papine Campus.
Balancing the Boardroom & Motherhood at JMMB
Many women aspire to not just climb the rungs of the corporate ladder, but to shatter the proverbial glass ceiling, taking a seat at the boardroom table, among their male counterparts. As these women pursue their career goals, they often strive to strike the balance between juggling motherhood and the boardroom.