CB Facey Foun­da­tion awards schol­ar­ships

Jamaica Gleaner - - INTERNATIONAL NEWS -

Chair­man of the C.B. Facey Foun­da­tion Stephen Facey (fourth right) and the foun­da­tion’s ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor, Brit­tany Singh Wil­liams (third right), stand proudly with the 2016 C.B. Facey Foun­da­tion schol­ar­ship awardees (from left): Richard Josephs, Michael Mc­Far­lane, Ly­dia Denny, Lionel Spence, Shaniek Bar­clay and Matthew Mc­Far­lane re­cently at the Pan-Ja­maican In­vest­ment Trust Lim­ited head­quar­ters in New Kingston. The six awardees had their full tu­itions paid by the C.B. Facey Foun­da­tion.

SIX UNIVER­SITY stu­dents now have an eas­ier way through col­lege as their tu­itions were fully cov­ered by the C.B. Facey Foun­da­tion.

The stu­dents were hosted at a han­dover lun­cheon at the board­room of the PanJa­maican In­vest­ment Trust Lim­ited (Pan-Jam) re­cently. The stu­dents are: sec­ond-year master’s stu­dents of the Caribbean School of Ar­chi­tec­ture at the Univer­sity of Tech­nol­ogy Ja­maica Lionel Spence, Richard Josephs, Matthew Mac­Far­lane, and Michael Mc­Far­lane; and Edna Man­ley Col­lege of the Visual and Per­form­ing Arts fine arts ma­jor Ly­dia Denny, and ed­u­ca­tion ma­jor Shaniek Bar­clay.

The gath­er­ing was guided through a tour of the art col­lec­tion on the two floors of PanJam. Stephen Facey, chair­man of the CB Facey Foun­da­tion and chair­man and CEO of PanJam, greeted the stu­dents and

their teach­ers af­ter the group watched the com­pany’s re­flec­tive doc­u­men­tary Strong Legacy Pow­er­ful Fu­ture.

The 22-minute piece was com­mis­sioned to com­mem­o­rate the 50th an­niver­sary of the pri­vate-eq­uity com­pany. Facey en­cour­aged the stu­dents to seize this op­por­tu­nity, and to ap­pre­ci­ate the bless­ing they have been be­stowed.

“To­day, the foun­da­tion has placed within your grasp the tools to im­prove your­self, your fam­ily, and this na­tion,” Facey said. Ap­pli­ance Traders ac­count ex­ec­u­tive Jodi-Ann Richards (left) looks on with en­thu­si­asm while giv­ing blood dur­ing a re­cent drive, which was or­gan­ised by her com­pany in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the Na­tional Blood Trans­fu­sion Ser­vice. Nurse Pa­tri­cia Johnson at­tended to Richards, while Ap­pli­ance Traders tech­ni­cian Richard Scar­let ob­serves the pro­ce­dure.


Ap­pli­ance Traders’ dig­i­tal me­dia ex­ec­u­tive, Camille Camp­bell, proudly dis­plays the unit of blood she do­nated dur­ing her com­pany’s blood drive.


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