We Inspire GIRLS

We Inspire Girls…To be Strong Women, stemmed from the success of We Inspire Women, held last August. The initiative is endorsed by The Ministry of Education and will be the platform through which successful Jamaican women who were impacted by similar struggles of our present day high-school girls, such as peer pressure, lack of support at home, negative role models, academic failures, violence, abuse and other impoverished circumstances, share their experiences and how they have triumphed despite the obstacles. We will traverse the island going into various high schools, igniting uplifting messages, through motivational conversations and exploring topics such as Feeding your Focus and Starving your distractions, The Power of NOW and Creating your Vision of Success.

The intent is to show our Jamaican girls that they too can overcome, because many other Jamaican women have done it before in similar situations. They will see living proof of this, during each presentation. We advocate that with the right mindset, along with some practical applications, a life of success academically, professionally, spiritually and personally is possible.

We Inspire Girls To Be Strong Women will begin in Montego Bay on March 7th at Mt. Alvernia High and then on March 8th at St. James High School. Other schools on the list are Cross Keys High in Manchester, Bridgeport High, Mary Mount High and Wolmer’s Girls, just to name a few. Each week a different school will host the event and will go up to May 2017, the beginning of child’s month. Some of our Speakers include, Diahann Gordon-Harrison – Head of Children’s Advocate Jamaica, Attorney-at-Law, Dianne Edwards – Attorney-At-Law, Mrs. Gladys Brown- Superintendent of Police and Attorney-At-Law, Mrs. Sheree Martin- Senior Vice President JPSco, The Honorable Mrs. Justice Marva McDonald Bishop, Judge of Appeal, Court of Appeal, Rochelle Cameron -VP Legal and Regulatory Jamaica, Cayman and Trinidad and Tobago at Cable and Wireless. ... Cable and Wireless Communications, Cable and Wireless Ja., Mrs. Joy Clark- Justice of Peace; Head of Sales (Western) Digicel, Tshani Jaja- Marketing Communications Manager Yello Media Group, Nicola Madden Greig – Group Director of Marketing and Sales at Courtleigh Hotels and Dr. Claudine Lewis.

Thank you to Our Partners…

We could not have realized this vision without our partners. They include, The Jamaica Observer, Foska Oats, Lasco Lasoy, Curves, ICOOL, Elle & Vire, Well Teen, AriSkin Care, Iprint Digital, Blue Print Consulting and ARRC Media.

We Inspire Girls to Be Strong Women speakers and partners dinner

On Tuesday, February 7th, the We Inspire team hosted their partners The Jamaica Observer, Foska Oats, Elle & Vire, Curves, Icool, Lasco Lasoy, Well Teen, Ari Skin Care, Iprint, Blueprint Consulting and Speakers, in an intimate Dinner, coined, We Inspire..IMPACT, at The Courtleigh Hotel & Suites in Kingston.

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Rochelle Cameron -VP Legal and Regulatory Jamaica, Cayman and Trinidad and Tobago at Cable and Wireless. ... Cable and Wireless Communications, Cable and Wireless Ja. and Dianne Edwards – Attorney-At-Law, were glowing as they paused for a quick snap

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Dianne Edwards – Attorney-At-Law, Director, Legal Affairs spectrum Management Authority, and Donna Erica Brown Justice of the Peace, Claims Manager at JN General Insurance Company Limited are all smiles as Dr. Nsombi Jaja Life Coach and MD at Quality Management Consultancy gesticulates for emphasis as she explains the importance of Inspiring our young girls

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Catherine Goodall, Marketing Manager, Beverages- LASCO comforts Debbian Spence-Minott, J.Wray & Nephew Academy and Retail Operations Manager during a moment of prayer

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Speakers and Sponsors join hands as Tshani Jaja Marketing Manager, Communications for Global Directories, ignites the room with a word of Prayer for our girls and women in Jamaica.

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Nicola Madden Greig – Group Director of Marketing and Sales at Courtleigh Hotels shares her reason for agreeing to be one of the Speakers for We Inspire Girls.

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Rochelle Cameron delivers a passionate plea as Sophia Sommers-Williams Manager, IPRINT Digital, Natalie Chin Head of Advertising and Marketing<, The Jamaica Observer and Dr. Patricia Yap, Dermatologist and C.E.O of Ari Skincare looks on.

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Diahann Gordon-Harrison, Head of Children’s Advocate Jamaica , the keynote speaker for the evening, admonishes guests that it is important to their part in creating positive impact in Jamaica

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Samantha Strachan lifts her vocals to the song Titanium, to set the mood for the evening

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Felecia Williams Corporate Manager, Marketing JMMB Merchant Bank locks her arms around Cortia Bingham upon arrival at the Dinner

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

The ladies in the room express sheer amusement as Rochelle Cameron shares a hilarious encounter

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Jennise Wedderburn, Product Manager, Cari-Med Ltd presents a beautiful gift package to Kathryn Silvera Advertising & Marketing Manager, Chas E Ramson Ltd

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Cortia Bingham, C.E.O We Inspire Ltd, opens the floor as she welcomes her guests

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Dr. Patricia Yap poses for the camera as she collects her gift from Renee Rose, Brand Manager, LASCO

We Inspire Girls - Partner and speakers dinner

Renee Rose, Brand Manager, LASCO gifts Natalie Chin Head of Advertising and Marketing, The Jamaica Observer a beautiful basket on behalf of Curves...Be The Woman

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