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  Tuesday, October 25, 2011

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JAMPACT wants to personally invite you to join us tomorrow as Greg Christie, Contractor General of Jamaica delivers the 7th annual CIN Lecture. And when you do, stop by the JAMPACT table.


Fresh off his victory of getting the Urban Development Corporation to rescind its decision to sell a state owned property in Downtown Kingston to Bashco Trading Companies, after they admitted to breaching the government divestment guidelines because it failed to advertise it, Greg Christie will address what is expected to be a capacity audience at the Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture in New York this Wednesday October 26th at 7pm.


The Contractor General of Jamaica will be the presenter at the 7th annual CIN Lecture Series, and he follows a list of other outstanding Jamaicans who have presented for the past six years; Robert Hill, who spoke on "Marcus Garvey", Rex Nettleford, whose subject was "The Caribbean Diversity: A Defining Point in the History of the Americas", Edward Seaga, who spoke on "The Folk Root of Jamaican Cultural Identity", P.J. Patterson whose subject was "The Importance of the Caribbean Diaspora to Economic Development", LowellHawthorne whose topic was "The Importance of Entrepreneurship and its Contribution to Wealth Creation", and lastyear Ronnie Thwaites, who spoke on "The agony of change and the prospect of a new beginning in Jamaica."


CIN Lecture Series
CIN Lecture Series


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CIN Lecture Series with Contractor General Greg Christie




Volunteers Needed!

JAMPACT needs your passion, enthusiasm, talent, skills and anything you want to give to make a difference! Visit here for a listing of volunteer needs. 
Some Volunteer Needs:
Event Planners
Grant Writers
Individual Donor Volunteers
Web Administrator
Graphic Designers
Public Relations Volunteer
If you're interested in serving on one of our committees email JAMPACT President


Jamaica Impact, Inc. (JAMPACT) is a certified 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to use our collective energy, intelligence and resources to influence and improve socio-economic conditions, which affect Jamaica and the Jamaican Diaspora by (i) developing social welfare programs, with particular focus on educational initiatives targeting youth (ii) facilitate research, stimulate constructive dialogue and raise public awareness on topical issues; and (iii) provide opportunities and resources to grow and strengthen the network of young professionals, students and friends of Jamaica.

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