JUNIOR CHAMBER International (JCI) St Vincent has announced its new Board following elections and the installation of officers in December last year.
A release from the organisation states that the core members were elected on December 10, 2022.
The elected members are Casey De Freitas, president; external vice-president, Melanie Matthews; internal vice-president, Wanika Ashton; secretary general Shadyn McLean; and Treasurer, Onate Cottle. Deaney Gellizeau is the immediate past president. He was appointed to serve as legal counsel, and Rashida Williams was appointed to serve as a director.
JCI St. Vincent (formerly known as Jaycees) is a not for profit, non-government organization for young persons between the ages of 18-40. It has been serving the communities of St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) since 1959 through various projects executed by the youth of SVG. JCI consists of proactive young Vincentians from all spheres of society who care deeply about the future of our country.
For its 2023 administrative year, JCI St. Vincent will employ the theme: “Go Beyond”.
This year’s theme focuses heavily on the development of its members, organizational growth, community projects
and fundraising activities which will guarantee its success and further develop the organization with the hope of exceeding its previous grandeur.