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Golden Krust CEO sued by employees, less than a week after being found dead

Lowell Hawthorne, RIP
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Five days after Lowell Hawthorne was found dead at the Golden Krust Bakery in the Bronx, workers at the Jamaican beef patty manufacturer have filed a... Read More

27-year-old Wendy Beswick - Raising the bar was recently awarded the Dr Fidel Goldson Sr Memorial Scholarship

27-year-old Wendy Beswick
BY KIMBERLEY HIBBERT  Monday, December 11, 2017

SHE believes in never settling for less, as by doing so we would fail to uncover our true potential and would miss so many golden opportunities in life.
Born in the United States and raised in Jamaica, 27-year-old Wendy Beswick told All Woman that her childhood was blessed. The absence of any significant challenges did not lead to complacency, however, and the values inculcated in her during her high school years have been a major motivating factor in her life.
A past student of Immaculate Conception High School, Beswick is an attorney-at-law. She was recently awarded the Dr Fidel Goldson Sr Memorial Scholarship by the Jamaican-American Bar Association Southeast Chapter for her dissertation on the conflict between federal immigration laws and 'sanctuary cities' throughout the United States. more

McKnight: The children are growing up angry Chartered accountant sounds desperate alarm as he receives ICAJ Distinguished Member award

Leighton McKnight (right) receiving the Institute
of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ) Distinguished
 Member Award for 2017 from ICAJ President
Raymond Campbell,
BY DESMOND ALLEN Executive editor – special assignment allend@jamaicaobserver.com  Sunday, December 10, 2017

Forgetting that it was his moment of glory, Leighton McKnight made a desperate appeal for help for Jamaica's poorest children, on a night when he received the coveted Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ) Distinguished Member Award 2017.
Leighton McKnight shares his moment
of glory with six of his adopted daughters
/mentees at the ICAJ Annual Awards
 Banquet. The ladies, from left,
 are: Dayandria 
“The children are growing up angry and there is no end in sight,” McKnight told a full ballroom at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston, honouring him for three decades of outstanding contribution to the accountancy/auditing profession and service to the ICAJ.
McKnight, who runs the Jamaican arm of world-renowned auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has devoted his life to helping children from seriously deprived homes, assisting 50 of them with education and having the satisfaction of seeing several rise from virtually nothing to becoming university students or graduates. more

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