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JAMPRO president demits office end of February
2013-02-04 12:20:15 | (0 Comments)
President of the Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO), Sancia Bennett Templer will demit office at the end of February after seven years of service, the agency said.
JAMPRO president Sancia Bennett Templer
She has been credited with a track record of achievements during her tenure, especially in the expansion of the information technology/business process outsourcing sector which JAMPRO said has created thousands of jobs and positioned Jamaica as the leading English-speaking destination for investments in those areas.
In a release, JAMPRO said Bennett Templer has praised the team of professionals at the agency who she said were central to her achievements.
“I leave JAMPRO satisfied that the organization is well-positioned to realize the benefits of the hard work of the JAMPRO team, especially over the last three years, with several new projects slated to come on stream commencing later this year,” she said.
“I have always sought to embrace new challenges and to break into new frontiers, and so, after a period of rest and personal renewal, I look forward to the opportunity to explore new prospects and ventures”, said Bennett Templer.
JAMPRO chairman Milton Samuda commended her exemplary work ethic and dedicated commitment to not only the organization, but also to the cause of nation building.
“Mrs. Bennett Templer spearheaded numerous efforts to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of JAMPRO in promoting trade and investment. Her professionalism, passion for excellence, attention to detail and keen intellect will be missed, and it is my hope that her knowledge and expertise will continue to be available in service the country,” Samuda said.
Bennett Templer has served in both the private and public sector.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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