The vital role of the Jamaica Information Service (JIS) in keeping the Diaspora in the United States of America (USA) well informed about developments in the homeland has earned high praise from Jamaican Ambassador in Washington, Audrey Marks.
She was joining the Integrity Children’s Fund in saluting the work of the JIS and other Caribbean media practitioners and supporters, at the Fund’s annual Christmas benefit on Sunday (December 12) at the Miller Grove High School in Atlanta.
In her message, which was read by Jamaica’s Honorary Consul in Atlanta, Vin Martin, who was among those recognised for supporting the work of the Fund, she lauded the JIS for the significant work it has done over many years, in promoting Jamaica and its interests throughout the United States.
Integrity Children’s Fund President, Major Karl Chambers (right), presents an award to Jamaica’s Honorary Consul in Atlanta, Vin Martin, for his support of the work of the organisation over the years. Integrity Children’s Fund honoured a number of Caribbean media practitioners and supporters in Atlanta at its annual Christmas benefit held on Sunday (Dec.12) at the Miller Grove High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Looking on are: television host, Ruth-Ann Wynter-Anderson (left); and Audrey Earle, who accepted on behalf of radio host, Glen Simmonds.
She cited the efforts of Information Attach