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Something Extra | Monday | Lifestyle | Jamaica Gleaner



Published:Monday | January 10, 2022 | 12:06 AM

Scotiabank ladies of the moment: Anya Schnoor (left), executive vice-president of Scotiabank Caribbean, Central America and Uruguay, and Audrey Tugwell Henry, president and CEO, Scotia Group Jamaica.

Scotiabank ladies of the moment: Anya Schnoor (left), executive vice-president of Scotiabank Caribbean, Central America and Uruguay, and Audrey Tugwell Henry, president and CEO, Scotia Group Jamaica.

Professor Verene Shepherd (centre), social historian and current director of the Centre for Reparation Research at The University of the West Indies, in conversation with Kaysia Johnson Vaughan (right), senior manager, small and medium enterprise professio

Professor Verene Shepherd (centre), social historian and current director of the Centre for Reparation Research at The University of the West Indies, in conversation with Kaysia Johnson Vaughan (right), senior manager, small and medium enterprise professional partnership for the Caribbean North and Central, Scotiabank Jamaica; and Nadine Heywood, director, credit solutions, corporate and commercial banking and programme lead for the Scotiabank Women Initiative.

Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange (second left), minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport, spends a moment with members of the Practical Trio (from left), Truddi Clarke, Emily Ruth, and Gabrielle Clarke, who performed an inspired set during the launch

Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange (second left), minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport, spends a moment with members of the Practical Trio (from left), Truddi Clarke, Emily Ruth, and Gabrielle Clarke, who performed an inspired set during the launch of the Scotiabank Women Initiative.

Diane Edwards (left), president of the Jamaica Promotions Corporation, makes a point as Audrey Tugwell Henry (second left), president and CEO, Scotia Group Jamaica; Anya Schnoor (second right), executive vice-president, Scotiabank Caribbean, Central Americ

Diane Edwards (left), president of the Jamaica Promotions Corporation, makes a point as Audrey Tugwell Henry (second left), president and CEO, Scotia Group Jamaica; Anya Schnoor (second right), executive vice-president, Scotiabank Caribbean, Central America and Uruguay; and Milverton Reynolds (left), president of the Development Bank of Jamaica listen in.

Shelli-Rai James, chief executive officer of gifting service, Straight from Yard, offers Audrey Tugwell Henry (right), president and chief executive officer, Scotia Group Jamaica, a whiff of a locally-made candle. Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, minister of cul

Shelli-Rai James, chief executive officer of gifting service, Straight from Yard, offers Audrey Tugwell Henry (right), president and chief executive officer, Scotia Group Jamaica, a whiff of a locally-made candle. Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, minister of culture, gender and entertainment, looks on.

Scotiabank launched the Scotiabank Women Initiative last Friday and invited several women in the business community to attend the event, hosted at the AC Marriott Hotel in Kingston. The female-centric programme aims to advance women-led and women-owned businesses in Jamaica through access to financing, mentorship and advisory services. Something Extra brings you the highlights.




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