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Saturday, June 9th, 2012

 Call for Young Jamaican Leaders
hosted by the Honorable Lisa Hanna
Jamaica's Minister of Youth & Culture

Minister Lisa Hanna Looking for
50 Young Jamaican Leaders

for 'Leaving A Cultural Legacy' Brucheon

Friday, July 6 at 10:30am

 

 Now Accepting Nominations 

NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR JULY 6th BRUNCHEON: Minister Lisa Hanna is looking for 50 young dynamic Jamaican Leaders, ages 14- 28, to join her a at private complimentary bruncheon at Bethel Worship Center in North Lauderdale, FL  to discuss how young Jamaicans in the Diaspora can Leave A Cultural Legacy in the United States and in Jamaica.

Fifty young people will have the opportunity to share their projects with the Minister and discuss ideas on how to start and sustain initiatives which can impact the lives of youth while creating a sustainable cultural legacy. Youth in attendance will meet and have an intimate round table discussion with Minister Hanna, receive gifts from event sponsor Jamaica National Building Society  and be treated to a light brunch menu provided by Golden Krust North Lauderdale. Brucheon will take place from 10:30a - 12:00 p.m. at Bethel Worship Center, located at 6060 Kimberly Blvd. North Lauderdale, FL. 33068. 

This youth focused event is one of two events Minister Hanna is set to host on her official visit to South Florida. The minister will also host A Pre-Independence Dinner and Dance Gala Event in celebration of Jamaica's 50th Anniversary. The Gala takes place on the evening of Friday, July 6 at 7:00p at The Grand Ballroom at Sunrise Civic Center, 10610 W. Oakland Park Blvd. in Sunrise. 


Leaving A Cultural Legacy brucheon is made possible by 
Jerk Machine, Dennis Shipping, Grace foods, Caribcast, Peter Loblack, Attorney at Law, Jamaica National Building Society, Jamaica Tourist Board, Sheraton Plantation, Air Jamaica, LIME and the Panton Family.


To nominate a young Jamaican leader (ages 14 - 28 only) or be nominated, please submit the following information:

Nominated By: 

Company or Organization:

Phone number:
 
Email Address:       

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Nominees Name:  

Occupation:

Company or Organization:

Telephone #:

Email address:


Highest level of education completed:  

Age:

Please explain why your nominee should be selected to attend "Leaving a Cultural Legacy" hosted by Minister Lisa Hanna.
Please return nomination form to intendedresultsinc@gmail.com  by July 5.   For further information contact Ella Smith at 954-804-8716 or 954-358-8045. 

More information on Minister Lisa Hanna:  On 6 January 2012, the Honorable Lisa Hanna was appointed Minister of Youth and Culture, the latest role in a life of service to the people of Jamaica.  Miss Hanna is the Member of Parliament for Southeast St Ann which she has been serving as the representative since 2007 when she became the youngest female constituency representative in the People’s National Party. 
 
At the University of the West Indies, where she read for Bachelors and Masters degrees in Communications, she was elected the External Affairs Chairperson for the Guild of Students.  During her tenure, she raised funds to build a Computer Facility for the Faculty of Arts and the Humanities, accessed several thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants for UWI students, and trained more than 2000 children in character development through the Lisa Hanna Workshop.

Miss Hanna has worked extensively in areas of media, marketing and public relations locally and internationally. She has worked for several inner city communities, supporting fund raising efforts which have financed education initiatives and improved social development and physical infrastructure. In 1993, Miss Hanna won the Miss Jamaica World Title and then the coveted Miss World Title in the same year.  As a global figure, she has traveled extensively and has had the privilege to be in dialogue with some of the world’s most respected and revered political leaders including Fidel Castro and Nelson Mandela – who invited her to his historic Presidential Inauguration in 1994.
 
Minister Hanna sees her appointment as Minister as an opportunity to use the wealth of experience gained from her years of local and international exposure to make a significant contribution to improving the quality of life of her fellow Jamaicans.


 


 

 

 

 
 
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