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Clive Coke elected president of CBFFAJ

Published:Tuesday | November 30, 2021 | 12:06 AM
Sitting (from left): Vice Presidents Susan Neil and Hazelyn Brown; President Clive Coke; Vice Presidents Ann Brown Chang and Paulette Watt-McIntosh.    
Standing (from left): Secretary Marcia Bent; Asstistant Secretary Suzette McNab-Wiggan, Executive Membe
Sitting (from left): Vice Presidents Susan Neil and Hazelyn Brown; President Clive Coke; Vice Presidents Ann Brown Chang and Paulette Watt-McIntosh. Standing (from left): Secretary Marcia Bent; Asstistant Secretary Suzette McNab-Wiggan, Executive Members: Tancia Foster-Nurse, Ramon Binns, I. Rosemarie Spence; Immediate Past President Mitzie Gordon Burke-Green, Vivienne Frankson, Mark King, Diana Pinnock, Leon Smith, Vanessa Brown-Harrison, Assistant Treasurer Javar Wilson and Treasurer Roger Stewart.

The Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association of Jamaica (CBFFAJ) elected the executive board for the administrative period 2021 to 2022 at its annual general meeting on Sunday, November 21.

Clive Coke was selected as president and will be supported by four vice-presidents which include Ann Brown-Chang, Paulette Watt-McIntosh, Hazelyn Brown and Susan Neil.

Marcia Bent will serve as honourary secretary, with Suzette McNab-Wiggan being her deputy.

Roger Stewart was elected as treasurer, with Javar Wilson selected to serve as assistant treasurer.

The other executive members include Leon Smith; Mark King; Ramon Binns; Vivienne Frankson; Tanicia Foster-Nurse; Vanessa Brown-Harrison; I. Rosemarie Spence and Diana Pinnock. Mitzie Gordon Burke-Green will remain on the board as the association’s immediate past president.