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KALRA, Anil, B.A., F.C.A. (India), Chief Financial Officer, ICWI Group Ltd. Director CWI Group Ltd., The Insurance Company of the West Indies Ltd., L & M Properties Ltd., Crawfurd Insurance Brokers of Jamaica Ltd., CitizensBank Ltd., Citizens Investment Ltd., Citizens Trust & Merchant Bank Ltd., CitizensBank Guyana Ltd., Global Holdings Bahamas Ltd., Life of Jamaica Ltd., LOJ Property Management Ltd., ICWI Group Foundation Ltd., (Honorary Treasurer), Global Life Assurance Co. Ltd., Hitek Software Engineers Ltd., Jamaica Unit Trust, Mamee Bay Hotels Ltd., Marksman Ltd., Prudential Stockbrokers Ltd., Quantum Communications Ltd. Organizations: Associate Member Institute of Internal Auditors, Florida; Founder Indian Cultural Society in Jamaica. Born: India, October 21, 1951, of Siripal Singh Kalra and Suraj Kalra nee Logawney. Educated: Methodist High, Christ Church College. Career: Articled Trainee, P.L. Tandon & Co. (Chartered Accountant); Assistant Manager Finance, Escorts Tractors Ltd. 1974-77, Finance Manager 1977-80; Manager, Management Consultancy Services Division Price Waterhouse 1980-83. Award: 1st place in the State and 34th in India at the Intermediate Examination and 1st in the State and 44th in India at the final Examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Married: Kilofer Kalra, 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Tennis, Squash, Bridge, Music, Travel. Clubs: Liguanea, Jamaica. Address: (business)28-48 Barbados Avenue, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-3986, 926-2925; (residence) 14 Norbrook Mews, Kingston 8.

KELLY, Lewis Lonsdale, Company Director. Managing Director Lewis Kelly & Sons Limited and Associated Companies since 1943. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, December 23, 1915, son of Lewis Matthias Kelly, Company Director, and Catherine LitchfieldBennett-Kelly (both dec’d). Educated: Private School, Half-Way-Tree Primary School, St. John’s College. Career: Kingston Liquor Stores Limited – 5 years. Manager Lewis Kelly & Sons Limited. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Emily Francesca Richardson, October 15, 1941; 3 sons, 3 daughters. Interests: Cricket, Fishing, Bridge. Club: Melbourne. Address: (business) 281 Spanish Town Road, Kingston 11; (residence) 8 Lakehurst Drive, Kingston 8.

KENTISH, Esmond Seymour Maurice, O.D., F.I.C.A.; Chartered Accountant. Accountant in private practice since 1980. Organizations: Board of Directors, Mico College, Chairman Public Accountancy Board, Victoria Mutual Building Society, Life Member Jamaica Cricket Board of Control, Past Master Hamilton Lodge #1440EC & P.S.G.W. Born: Westmoreland, November 21, 1916, son of John Wesley Kentish, Schoolmaster, and Lydia Gwendolyn Henderson- Kentish (both dec’d). Educated: Primary Schools, Cornwall College, Oxford University (Cricket Blue). Career: Administrator General’s Department 1944-51, Colonial Secretariat 1951-53. Ministry of Local Government and Housing 1953-57, Ministry of Residence Affairs 1957-59, Ministry of Finance 1959-60. Bank of Jamaica Secretary 1960-72, General Manager 1972-78, Managing Director Bank of Surrey 1978-79, Manager and Director Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation 1979-81. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Nina E. Neilson; 1945, 2 daughters. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Melbourne Cricket. Address: (residence) 2 Karachi Avenue, Kingston 6.

KERR, Hyacinth Angelia, A.C.I.S., F.C.I.S., Dip. M.S.; Chartered Secretary, Managing Director Company Consultants Ltd. since 1983. Organizations: Executive Member, The Association of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in Jamaica, Secretary, The Professional Societies Associations in Jamaica. Born: Lime Hall, St. Ann, February 1, 1928, daughter of Theophilus Elisha Clarke, Teacher, and Hilda Mercella Welsh-Clarke, Housewife, (both dec’d). Educated: Westwood High School; College of Arts, Science and Technology ; University of The West Indies Career: Head of Commerce Department, St. Andrew Technical High School, 1962-65; Registrar, Jamaica School of Music 1965-68; Assistant in Company Secretarial Department, Touche, Ross, Thorburn & Co., Chartered Accountants 1968-73; and Supervisor in charge 1973-83. Denomination: Unity of Jamaica. Married: James Sewell Kerr, March 11, 1950; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: The Piano, Gardening, Jogging, Walking. Address: (business) 11 Cargill Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel. 929-5694; (residence) 32 Russell Heights, Kingston 8.

KERR-JARRETT, Mark Newton, A.Sc., B.Sc.; Farmer/Land Developer. Managing Director Barnett Ltd., Montego Westgate Ltd, since January 1989. Director Barnett Ltd., Montego Bay Westgate Ltd., Barnett Plantation Tours, Barnett Protective Services, Montego Westgate Construction Co. Ltd., Greater Montego Bay Redevelopment Co.Ltd. Organization: Director Young Men’s Christian Association. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, November 10, 1960, son of Peter Francis Kerr-Jarrett, Attorney-at-Law, and Janet Eleanor Kerr-Jarrett, Housewife (dec’d). Educated: The Elms Colwall, England; Cheltenham College; Georgia Institute of Technology; Middle Georgia College; Virginia Tech. Career: Mechanical Engineer/Investigator, National Transportation Safety Board, Washington D.C 1988-89; General Manager, Barnett Group of Companies 1989-1992. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Paula Kay Bovell December 29, 1990. Interests: Sailing, Swimming, Horseback riding. Clubs: Caledonian, Montego Bay Yacht and Jamaica. Address: Barnett Estates Ltd.., P.O. 876, Montego Bay, St James. Tel. 952-2381. Motto: Consilio et Armis.

KERR-JARRETT, Peter Francis, Attorney-at-Law and Company Director. Former SeniorPartner Nation and Co. and predecessor from 1966; Executive Chairman Barnett Ltd., Montego Westgate Ltd. and associated and subsidiary companies. Organizations: Member and former Chairman 4-H Clubs, St. James, Granville School Board, President, Montego Bay Boys’ Club. Born: Montego Bay, November 14, 1916, son of Sir Francis Kerr-Jarrett, Planter and Custos St. James, and Adela Isabel Clerk Kerr-Jarrett (both dec’d). Educated: Munro College, Sherborne School (England). Career: Captain- 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards 1941-46; Attorney-at-Law since 1941. Denomination: Anglican. Married: The late Janet Eleanor Hesselbrock, June 24, 1954; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: History, Ornithology. Clubs: Jamaica, Caledonian, (London). Address: (business) Barnett Estate, Barnett Street, Box 876, Montego Bay, St James. Tel. 952-2651; (residence) Tamarind, P.O. Box 876, Montego Bay. Tel: 952-2797.

KING-WYNTER, Sheila Dorothy, M.B., B.S., M.D., F.R.C. Path.,Dip. Bact.; MIcrobiologist, Professor Microbiology since 1981. Director World Health Organization, Influenza Surveillance Centre (Jamaica).Organizations: Member Senate of the University of the West Indies, Board of Faculty of Medicine, Academic Board University of the West Indies, Scientific Advisory Committee (C.A.R.E.C.). Born: Barbados, November 28, 1932, daughter of Alfred T. King, retired Parochial Treasurer, and Henrietta Adina Stuart-King, Housewife. Educated: Queen’s College (Barbados), University College of the West Indies (Jamaica); University of London. Career: Internship and Residency Posts, University Hospital of the West Indies 1959-61, Assistant Lecturer to Professor of Microbiology, University Hospital of the West Indies 1961-72, Head of Department of Microbiology 1972-84. Awards: Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation in the field of Medicine 1983. Publications: Several publications on infectious diseases. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Hugh Wynter, December 28, 1959; 2 sons, 1 daughter.Interest: Art. Address: (business) Department of Microbiology, University Hospital of the West Indies (Mona), Kingston 7. Tel. 927-1660; (residence) 1 Millsborough Close, Kingston 6.

KING, Garth Noel, Dip. Business Admin.; Business Executive, Executive Chairman Computer Business Systems Limited since 1979. Organizations: Board Member, Constant Spring Golf Club. Born: Kingston, April 28, 1949, son of Noel King, retired Businessman, and Daphne King, Public Relations Manager. Educated: Campion College, Howard University. Career: Citibank 1972-77, Manager Computer Business Systems Limited 1977-79, Member Thomas Team to Vancouver 1986, All Jamaica Triple Champion 1985, Member American Karate Team that went to World Games 1974, Double quarter finalist in U.S. open Badminton Tournament 1985. All Jamaica Singles and Men’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles Champion in Badminton 1986, Caribbean Men’s Doubles Champion 1986. Denomination: Roman Cahtolic. Interests: Badminton, Computers, Chess, Scrabble, Reading. Club: Constant Spring Golf. Address: (residence) 7 Waterworks Road, Kingston 8. Tel. 925-8600.

KING, Peter Constantine Vernon, O.D., J.P.; F.B.I.S.H., F.E.M.S.C. Ambassador, Special Envoy of Jamaica and Chief Trade Representative. Caribbean Co-ordinator, Central American and Caribbean Textile Council. Vice President International Operations, JAMPRO since 1988. Chairman Garment and Textile Commission of the 12-nation Caribbean Common Market Council of Ministers, Jamaica Export Trading Company (Europe) Ltd., Kingston Export Free Zone Company Ltd., Textile and Apparel Council, Arts Jamaica Ltd., J.E.T.C.O. (U.K.) Ltd., Director Export Development Fund, Shipper’s Council of Jamaica, Port Authority of Jamaica, West Indies Shipping Corporation, Jamaica Export Credit Insurance Company, Jamaica Marketing Company (J.A.M.C.O.), Fabola Ltd., Gevarge Ltd., Jamaica Agricultural Society, Head, World Trade Centre (Jamaica). Organizations: International Trade Centre Committee U.N.C.T.A.D./G.A.T.T. (Jamaica), U.K. Business Committee, West India Committee, Public Relations Society of America, Jamaica Representative, Federation of Latin American Export Directors, Jamaica, Hong Kong Business Committee, Jamaica Association of Exporters to North America; Governor United States Maritime Security Council, Honorary Chairman European Maritime Security Council, U.S./Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Patron Jamaica/Japan Society, Kingston Free Zone Manufacturers Association. Born: St. Andrews, Jamaica, May 23, 1942, son of the Rev. Canon R.O.C. King, Canon Emeritus of the Cathedral of St. Jago de la Vega, and Lilian Evelyn Vernon-King, S.R.N. Educated: DeCarteret College, Jamaica College, University of the West Indies. Career: Teacher, Jamaica College; Anglican Catechist 1961; Executive Assistant, Ministry of Health 1962; Registry Clerk, Students’ Officer, and Commercial Assistant, Jamaica High Commission, London, 1963; Personal Assistant to the Minister of Trade and Industry,1966-72; Represented Jamaica at Special Bilateral Negotiation Mission; Member Industrial Incentives Awards Committee, Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation, 1971; Personal Assistant to Minister of Tourism and Foreign Trade,1972-75; Jamaica’s Delegate to U.N.C.T.A.D./G.A.T.T. International Sugar Conferences, and Member, Jamaican Team for various negotiations 1972; Secretary Industrial Development Co-ordinating Committee (J.I.D.C.); Chairman Organizing Committee, African, Pacific, and European Conference in Kingston 1974; Chairman, Accommodation Committee, Commonwealth Heads of Government Conference, Kingston 1975; Chief of Protocol Protem for state visits to Mexico and Venezuela; Deputy High Commissioner for Jamaica to Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Grenada, and Guyana; Jamaica’s representative, University of the West Indies Grants Committee; Director L.I.A.T. Airlines 1974 Limited 1976; Chairman Canada/Jamaica Trade Exhibition, Toronto 1977; Chairman Commonwealth Caribbean Export Symposium 1978; Chief Executive, Jamaica National Export Corporation Group of Companies. Award: Officer of the Order of Distinction for Public Service 1975. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Jean Marguerite Lopez, December 14, 1968; 1 son. Interests: Reading, Motoring. Address: (business) 35 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 929-7190.

KINLOCKE, Mark Wesley, Captain. B.Sc., M.B.A., Engineer; former Army Officer. Former General Manager and Director, Clearchannel Communications Ltd. since 1988. Born: Black River, St Elizabeth, November 17, 1954, son of Garth Kinlocke and Dorothy Kinlocke. Educated: Calabar High; Polytechnic of North London, Canadian Forces Officer School, Nova University, Florida. Career: Senior Sales Representative, Gillette Caribbean 1974-76; Army Officer, Jamaica Defence Force 1982-88. Awards: Medal for General Services, Grenada 1984. Denomination: Presbyterian. Married: Katherine Mary Grant, March 30, 1991. Interests: Motor sports, Photography. Clubs: Kiwanis, North St. Andrew; Jamaica Motoring; Jamaica Classic Motor Car Club. Address: (business) 5 Carvalho Drive, Kingston 10. Tel. 960-7246/7; (residence) 28 Musgrave Manor, 17 Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 5.

KIRKCALDY, Ivy Doreen, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Education), Past President, National Consumer’s League. Organizations: Member of the Church and Ministry Committee of Synod. National Ecumenical Church Loan Committee (based in Geneva), Member of the Board of National Food and Nutrition Co-ordinating Council of Jamaica, Member Food Safety and Control Committee, Standards Council of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Acting General Secretary Jamaica Council of Churches since 1985. Born: Williamsfield, Manchester, September 27, daughter of Charles Hubert Heron, Planter, and Leila Augusta Harty-Heron. Educated: Primary and Secondary Schools in Mandeville, Tuskegee and Cornell Universities. Career: Resident Tutor, Denbigh 4-H Training Centre 1958-59; National Co-ordinator for Culinary Arts Jamaica Festival Commission 1962-69; Weekly educational television and radio programmes demonstrating recipes and interviews with participants from the Culinary Arts competition of the Festival Commission 1963-70; Assistant Food and Beverage Manager Devon House 1966-67; National Adjudicator for Culinary Arts Voluntary 1970-80; Invited by the Chefs Association of Canada to serve on the international panel of Adjudicators Royal York Hotel (Toronto, Canada) 1973; Member Advertising Council of Jamaica 1985; Member Jamaica Cultural Development Commission Board of Directors with responsibility for Culinary Arts policy formation 1981-86. Awards: Long Service Award for work done in Community Development 1978, Medal for promoting Culinary Arts in Jamaica Festival at Professional and Amateur levels 1981, Prime Minister’s Award of Appreciation for work done in Cultural Development 1983. Denomination: Christian. Children: 3 daughters. Address: (business) Jamaica Club, 87 Hanover Street, Kingston; Tel 922-1380.

KIRKALDY, Sydney George, O.D.; Industrial Relations Consultant. Member Jamaica Institute of Management. Born: Lucea, Jamaica, March 19, 1923, son of William G. Kirkaldy, Property Manager, and Theresa Caroline Matthew’s-Kirkaldy (both dec’d). Educated: Bethel Primary School, Kingston College, London School of Economics. Career: Top Conciliator and Director Manpower Services, Ministry of Labour; Executive Secretary Labour Advisory Council; Former Member of the Apprenticeship Board, The National Industrial Training Board, and the Sugar Industry Labour Welfare Board; Acting Vice-President Personnel and Industrial Relations, Air Jamaica Ltd.; Lecturer in Industrial Relations and Labour Law; Represented Jamaica at several international conferences, as well as on the Governing Body of the International Labour Organization; Chairman Minimum Wage Advisory Commission; Deputy Chairman Industrial Disputes Tribunal on secondment as Special Adviser on Labour Legislation to the Ministry of Labour 1978-81; Chairman Prime Minister’s Task Force on Work Attitudes 1982, Executive Director, Jamaica Employers’ Federation; Managing Director George Kirkaldy Associates Ltd. 1981. Publications: An Introduction to Industrial Relations and Labour Law in Jamaica 1979, Guide to Industrial Relations in Jamaica 1966. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Edith Kathleen Remnant, January 23, 1960. Interests: Boating, Carpentry, Sports cars. Address: (business) P.O. Box 181, Red Hills P.O., St. Andrew. Tel. 944-2237.

KIRKPATRICK, Gerald Roxburgh, C.D., B.Sc., M.Sc., F.E.D.I., F.I.R.F.; Retired Civil Engineer. Chairman Public Buildings Planning and Advisory Committee, Director, St. Catherine Re-Development Company, Estate Development Co.; Member Government’s Pre-Selection Committee. Born: Kingston, January 5, 1929, son of Gerald Roxburgh Kirkpatrick, former Head of Freight Department (Jamaica Fruit and Shipping Company), and Ivy Agnes Kirkpatrick, (both dec’d). Educated: Camperdown Preparatory; Kingston College; Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh); Purdue University, and Economic Development Institute (World Bank). Career: Ministry of Works (Jamaica) 1948-88: Unestablished Learner Draughtsman 1948; Draughtsman-Grade II, Chief Draughtsman 1952; Executive Engineer 1959; Senior Superintendent 1964; Chief Engineer 1966; Director (Major Projects) 1968; Chief Technical Officer 1977; Permanent Secretary 1982-88. Award: Commander of the Order of Distinction. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Lois Irlando Leon (dec’d), July 7, 1954, and Yola Elaine Robotham, April 9, 1983; 3 sons. Interests: Reading, Yoga, Cricket. Club: Kingston Cricket. Address: (residence) 15 Gainsborough Avenue, Kingston 6.

KIRTON, Allan George, B.Sc., M.Sc., D.P.A., Ph.D., C.D., J.P.; Civil Servant, Retired Senior Permanent Secretary Ministry of Finance and Planning in 1993. Organization: Member, Ja. Institute of Management Consultants, Permanent Salary Review Board, Senior Associate, Managment Systems Ltd. Group Consultant, Rayton/Homelectrix Group of Cos. since 1992. Director, Rural Electrification Programme; Electricity Board; Petrojam Ltd. & Subsidiaries; Planning Institute of Jamaica; Jamaica National Exports Corp; Ja. Industrial Development Corp.; Jamaica Promotions Ltd.; National Investment Bank of Ja.; National Development Bank; Agricultural Development Bank; Scientific Research Council; Jamaica Development Bank.Chairman, Homelectrix Educational Fund, Freemason University Lodge. Born: Grenada, January 9, 1933, son of the late Archibald Kirton, Engineer, and Marie Louise Lessey-Kirton. Educated: Grenada Boys’ Secondary School, University of the West Indies. Career: Assistant Fisheries Officer 1955-60; Senior Assistant Fisheries Officer 1960-64, Fisheries Officer/ Director of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture 1964-74; Director, Law of the Sea Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1974-79 (Accredited Ambassador to the Law of the Sea Conference since 1978); Permanent Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister 1979-86; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Mining, Energy & Tourism 1986-89; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Development, Planning & Production 1989-93. Member, Evaluation Team on Mid-term Evaluation of the Regional Management Training Project (USAID/RDO/C) May-June 1993 and the team investigating Sale of Government Lands 1995 Special Assignment to the Interim Government of Grenada as Deputy Chairman of the Interim Government and Member responsible for Finance, Planning, Trade, and the Public Service; Reinstituted the Electoral Department of Grenada after consultation with the Chief Electoral Officers in Barbados and Jamaica 1983-84; served on several Government Committees: Beach Control Authority 1967-72, Wildlife Protection Committee 1964-74, Fisheries Protection Committee 1955-74, Board of Directors U.N., Caribbean Fisheries Development Project 1963-69; Prime Minister’s Committee to prepare Legislation & Admin. Arrangements for Office of the Contractor-General and the Media Commission 1981-83; Deputy Chairman, Ja. Tourist Board 1986-89; Ja. Vacations Ltd., 1986-89; Ja. Reservation Service Ltd., Clarendon Aluminium Products Ltd., Jamaica Bauxite Mining Ltd., Bauxite Aluminium Trading Co.; Petroleum Corp of Ja. and Subsidiaries 1986-89; Jamaica Public Service Co. Ltd. 1986-89; Urban Development Corporation 1986-89; Jamaica Gypsum & Quarries Ltd. 1986-89. Part-time Lecturer, Department of Government, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of the West Indies since 1970, and Administrative Staff College. Represented Jamaica at numerous international conferences since 1972. Awards: Gleaner Honour Award for having Jamaica selected as the site of the International Seabed Authority and for the successful holding of the 1982 Signing Ceremony, UWI Chemical Alumina award 1990. Married: Eileen Marina Kendall, April 7, 1958; 1 daughter. Interests: Sports, Music. Address: (business) 86 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 10. Tel: 925-3887.

KNIGHT, Hon. Gloria Delores, O.J., C.D., LL.D (Hon.), M.Sc., B.A.; Insurance Executive. President & Managing Director, Mutual Life Assurance Society since April 1989, Director, NCB Group Ltd., N.E.M. Insurance Co., Kingston Restoration Co., International Hotels Ltd., University Grants Committee, Bloody Bay Hotel Development Ltd. Independent Radio Co., Springvale Farms Ltd., Guardian Life of the Caribbean Ltd. (Trinidad), Jamaica Mutual (USA) Inc., 866 Realty Inc., Mutual Services Caribbean Ltd., International Institute for Sustainable Development (Canada) Business Partners for Education, Jamaica Computer Society Education Foundation. Organizations: University Grants Committee (U.W.I.). Born: Kingston, Jamaica, January 4, 1932, daughter of the late F.A. Samms, Commission Agent, and Inez Ethmilda Stothart-Samms, Housewife. Educated: St. Andrew High School, University of the West Indies, Oxford University, McGill University, John Hopkins University. Career: Jamaica Civil Service serving in a range of posts from Administrative Cadet to Principal Assistant Secretary in the Ministries of Labour, Housing and Social Welfare, Development, Finance and Planning 1953-66; Administrative Secretary Kingston Waterfront Redevelopment Co., a forerunner of the Urban Development Corp., 1966-68; General Manager Urban Development Corporation 1968–89. Awards: Selected as one of five distinguished women by the University Guild of Graduates (Mona Campus) 1975, in celebration of International Women’s Year; Commander of the Order of Distinction for work in urban development 1977; Certificate of Honour for Distinguished Service for work in connection with the flood rains of June 1979, 1980; United National Commission for Human Settlements in Recognition of Contribution to Habitat 1985; Pelican Award: Guild of Graduates 1986; Award for Distinguished Service during International Decade for Women (1978-88) 1988; The Incorporated Masterbuilders Association of Jamaica: The Roy McGregor Award 1988; Order of Jamaica for work in urban development; Hon. Doctor of Laws, U.W.I. 1989; Insurance Institute of Jamaica Award for outstanding contribution made to the insurance industry 1994; Gleaner Company Special Award 1994; American Friends of Jamaica 1994 International Achievement Awards; Kiwanis Club of New Kingston/P{professional Achievement Awards 1995; Jamaica Institute of Management/.Outstanding Manger 1995. Publications: The State of Urban Planning in Jamaica, published in Urban and Regional Planning in the Caribbean 1976; Investment Decision Implementation Case Study- Kingston Waterfront Re-development Project, Jamaica, prepared for Symposium on Urban Development, Brazil National Housing Bank, Rio de Janeiro, published 1974; The Jamaica Urban Development Corporation- A case study of an Implementation Agency, prepared for University of Edinburgh, Faculty of Social Sciences, published Summer School Report 1975; Urban Settlements in the Caribbean and Central America, published HABITAT 1976; Public Enterprises. Their Management and Some Problems, published by Commonwealth Secretariat (London). Assisted in preparation of paper on Women in Planning, Development and Management of Human Settlements, prepared by HABITAT for the International Conference on Women 1980. Financing a New Town: Case Study Approach, Catherine Hall, Jamaica, by Gloria Knight, Jeremy Brown & Karl Thorne. Presented at the Conference on Building Standards arranged by the O. A. S. Haiti. Urbanization: 1974. Presented at the seminar on population in Jamaica. Published under title “Too many People in our Cities” The Sunday Gleaner Sept. 1976. Administrative Aspects of Integration & Implementation of Human Settlements Planning Prepared for the Centre for Housing Building & Planning 1978. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Everett Marcel Knight, June 1, 1960 (dec’d); 1 son, 4 daughters. Interests: Reading, Walking. Address: (business) 2 Oxford Road, Kingston 5, Tel.: 926-9025.

KONG, Winston, Company Executive, Managing Director Wyandotte Chemicals Ja. Ltd. since 1979, Diversey Jamaica Ltd. since 1982. Born: Richmond, St. Mary, March 9, 1948, son of Samuel Kong, Businessman, and Wong Fong Yin-Kong (dec’d). Educated: St. Georges’ College, Durham College of Commerce. Career: Accounts Clerk 1966-67, Internal Auditor 1967-68, Senior Internal Auditor 1968-74, J. Wray and Nephew Ltd.; General Manager and Secretary 1974-75, Director 1975, Executive Director 1978, Wyandotte Chemicals Jamaica Ltd. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Audrey Joan Goodger, April 9, 1972; 3 daughters. Interests: Reading, Gardening, Indoor games. Club: Kiwanis of North St. Andrew. Address: (business) 8 Bell Road East, P.O. Box 230, Kingston 11. Tel. 923-8678-9; (residence) 8 Norbrook Drive, Kingston 8.

KUMARASWAMY, Sethuraman, B.Sc; LLB (General); F.C.A., Management Consultant/Business Executive. Consultant, Gleaner Company Ltd. since 1993. Organizations: Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India; Associate member of the Institute of Internal Auditors Inc. U.S.A.; Vice President, Book Sellers Association; Treasurer, Book Industry Association of Jamaica. Born: Madras, India July 1, 1949, son of V. Sethuraman, Accountant and S. Gnanam, Housewife. Educated: University of Madras, University of Bombay, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Career: Audit Asst., A.F. Ferguson & Co, India 1973-74; Financial Accountant, Crompton Greaves Ltd, India 1974-76; Senior Systems Analyst, Tata Consultancy Services, India 1976–78; Manager-Consultancy ABC Consultants, Senior Manager (Management Consultancy), Price Waterhouse, Jamaica 1981-87. Managing Director, Sangster’s Book Stores Ltd. 1987-93. Denomination: Hindu. Married: Jayashree Krishnan 1978, 2 sons. Interests: Reading, Cricket. Clubs: Jamaica, Liguanea. Address: (Business) 7 North Street, Kingston, Tel. 922-3400 (Residence) 18 Upper Melwood Avenue, Kingston 8.

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