JCI West Indies’ 62nd Convention Director Meritta Hyacinth has been elected as the organization’s National Vice President for 2023.

Convention Director Meritta Hyacinth was elected as 2023 National Vice President for JCI West Indies during the Annual General Assembly held on Thursday, October 20, 2022, at the Goodwill Parish Hall in Dominica. The election process was guided by a committee comprised of past presidents of JCI West Indies. In accordance with the organization’s constitution, each local organization will assemble voting power depending on its membership affiliation. The voting strength of each local organization is as follows:

JCI Antigua 8 votesJCI Barbados  4 votes JCI Dominica 3 votesJCI Guyana 5 votesJCI St. Vincent 2 votes JCI Trinidad 5 votesJCI Tobago 3 votes

The executive members of the board of JCI West Indies 2022, International Vice President Julianna Durie of Junior Chamber International, National Councilors and delegates of JCI Antigua, JCI Barbados, JCI Dominica, JCI Guyana, JCI St. Vincent, JCI Trinidad, JCI Tobago, JCI Grenada, and members of JCI senate were among the 100 delegates present to witness this auspicious occasion. With a new Board of Directors and directives, JCI West Indies will embark on a new chapter of its history, with a new plan of action for the coming year. The newly elected National Board Officers for 2023 are as follows 

National President Kevin Cornette from JCI GuyanaNational Executive Vice President Brittney Williams from JCI TobagoNational Vice President Merita Hyacinth from JCI Dominica National Vice President Leycia Samuel from JCI Antigua

In her closing remark to the general assembly, 2022 National President Brettney Romeo expressed her gratitude to all the National Councilors and the members of JCI West Indies for their support and dedication in helping her realize her vision of “Building a Resilient Future Together.” She then wished JCI West Indies the best in 2023 and pledged to perform to the highest standard in her next capacity as Immediate Past President.

JCI West Indies’ 62nd Convention Director Meritta Hyacinth has been elected as the organization’s National Vice President for 2023.

Convention Director Meritta Hyacinth was elected as 2023 National Vice President for JCI West Indies during the Annual General Assembly held on Thursday, October 20, 2022, at the Goodwill Parish Hall in Dominica. The election process was guided by a committee comprised of past presidents of JCI West Indies. In accordance with the organization’s constitution, each local organization will assemble voting power depending on its membership affiliation. The voting strength of each local organization is as follows:

JCI Antigua 8 votesJCI Barbados  4 votes JCI Dominica 3 votesJCI Guyana 5 votesJCI St. Vincent 2 votes JCI Trinidad 5 votesJCI Tobago 3 votes

The executive members of the board of JCI West Indies 2022, International Vice President Julianna Durie of Junior Chamber International, National Councilors and delegates of JCI Antigua, JCI Barbados, JCI Dominica, JCI Guyana, JCI St. Vincent, JCI Trinidad, JCI Tobago, JCI Grenada, and members of JCI senate were among the 100 delegates present to witness this auspicious occasion. With a new Board of Directors and directives, JCI West Indies will embark on a new chapter of its history, with a new plan of action for the coming year. The newly elected National Board Officers for 2023 are as follows 

National President Kevin Cornette from JCI GuyanaNational Executive Vice President Brittney Williams from JCI TobagoNational Vice President Merita Hyacinth from JCI Dominica National Vice President Leycia Samuel from JCI Antigua

In her closing remark to the general assembly, 2022 National President Brettney Romeo expressed her gratitude to all the National Councilors and the members of JCI West Indies for their support and dedication in helping her realize her vision of “Building a Resilient Future Together.” She then wished JCI West Indies the best in 2023 and pledged to perform to the highest standard in her next capacity as Immediate Past President.

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