A range of representatives from the social services sector responded to the STFC’s request for interface. These included:
Mrs. Sheila Nicholson-representative, People Action Committee for Transformation
Mrs. Sheila Grant-representative, Local Initiative for Urban Development
Dr. Noel Watson-representative, UNDP Civic Dialogue
Mr. Godfrey Lothian-representative, Kingston and St. Andrew Action Forum
Mrs. Janilee Abrikian-representative, Peace & Love in Schools
Mrs. Winsome Wilkins-representative, Council for Voluntary Social Services/United Way of Jamaica
Dr. Barry Wade-representative, Jamaicans for Justice
Rev. Bobby Wilmott-representative, National Church Alliance
Dr. Joslin Salmon-representative, Poverty Alleviation Unit, Office of the Prime Minister
Mrs. Becky Stockhausen-representative, PERF/AMCHAM
Ms. Donna Parchment-representative, Dispute Resolution Foundation.
Attorney-At-Law, Mr. Richard Small, although not officially a member of the STFC, gave unstintingly of his time. His contribution to the section on improvement of the Justice System is invaluable.
Last, but of course far from being the least, the STFC expresses its profound gratitude to Mr. John Issa for hosting us at several breakfast meetings at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel; to Mr. Don Wehby, CFO Grace Kennedy; Mr. Gassan Azan, CEO MegaMart Ltd.; Hon. Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, ATL Group of Companies; Mr. William McConnell, CEO Lascelles Group of Companies; and Mr. L. Shirley, CEO Mitchell’s Auto Supplies, for providing financial resources that made the project possible.