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HONOREES 2011

Rev. Neville Callam, of Jamaican Heritage
Luminary Award

Neville Callam is the General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance, which represents over 47 million people in 200 countries. Callam was born in Jamaica to a committed Baptist family, his father a deacon and his mother involved in other ministries. Callam has also enjoyed a career in the media. He created and ran The Breath of Change (TBC FM), a religious radio station, and was a founding director of the National Religious Media Company of Jamaica, the operator of LOVE FM and LOVE TV.   To hear Rev. Callam in his own words & more on Rev. Neville Callam, click here.

Maryse Condé, of Guadeloupe
Award for Excellence in Literature

Maryse Condé is the award winning author of more than twelve novels, including The Story of the Cannibal Woman, Crossing the Mangrove, Segu, Who Slashed Celanire's Throat? and I, Tituba: Black Witch of Salem. She retired from Columbia University in 2004 as Professor Emeritus French. She lives in New York and Paris.

Frank L. Douglas, M.D. Ph.D. of Guyana
Award for Outstanding Entrepreneurship

Dr. Frank Douglas is the CEO of Austin BioInnovation Institute, a world leader in the biotechnology industry.

Garth Fagan, of Jamaica
Marcus Garvey Lifetime Achievement Award

Critics have called the Tony Award winning Garth Fagan "a true original," "a genuine leader," and "one of the great reformers of modern dance." Fagan, best known for his work on Lion King  is the founder and artistic director of the award-winning and internationally acclaimed Garth Fagan Dance, now celebrating its 40th Anniversary season. More...

Hazelle Goodman, Excellence in the Arts   Born in Trinidad WI, the actress and comedienne came to America at the age of 8 to join her mother, the late Rev. Dr. Virginia Goodman, who was the first woman of African and Caribbean descent to become a Moravian minister.  While her values are deeply rooted in my Caribbean heritage, Goodman has built my life and work on American soil, earning on the way a HBO Special.  Her latest show is 'Don't Get Me Started'.  (photo by Colin Williams)

Arlie Petters, of Belize
Excellence in Science and Technology Award

Dr. Arlie Oswald Petters is the Benjamin Powell Professor and Professor of Mathematics, Physics, and Business Administration at Duke University.  A star in his field, Dr. Petters has been featured on PBS' NOVA as a leading figure in the sciences.  He was also the William and Sue Gross Associate Professor at Duke from 1998-2003. Before coming to Duke, he was an Assistant Professor... more

Larry Quinlan, of St. Kitts & Nevis Heritage
Award for Outstanding Contribution to Corporate America

Larry Quinlan is a principal at Deloitte LLP and serves as Global Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Deloitte - one of the world's largest preofessional services organization with over 170,000 people in 140 countries around the world. Larry sits on the US Executive Committee and chairs the global CIO Council. More...

Janet Rollé, of Jamaica
Trailblazer Award

Janet Rollé is the executive vice president and chief marketing officer for CNN Worldwide, overseeing the positioning and promotion of CNN's multiple networks and services, including CNN, CNN.com, CNN International, HLN, CNN.com/Live, CNN Mobile and all other CNN services. More...

Awards 2011

   

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