Jamaican-born Jason Moore gained recognition after appearing in the award-winning film, A Lonely Place for Dying, and the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced action-fantasy, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. As of late, he’s most notably known for his leading role as ‘Curtis Hoyle’ in Marvel’s Netflix series, ‘The Punisher’, which has since seen widespread acclaim. He’s also set to guest star in the hit BET drama sitcom, The Quad, starring the honorable Anika Noni Rose. Click here to read the full interview with Parlemag.
Jamaican-born Dianne Greene is the Division Vice President and General Manager at ADP,an American provider of human resources management software and services.
She immigrated with her family to the United States in 1985 when she was 16 years old. She graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey in 1991 with a bachelors in economics and finance.
Her first professional job began in 1989 while she was still in college, and it was right on Wall Street at Knight-Ridder Financial as a market price reporter. She worked there until she enrolled at Howard University in Washington, D.C., in 1993.
After graduating from Howard University with a masters in general management, she worked at Smith Barney in New York. She left in her fifth position with the company in 2005 as first vice president of global stock plan services to become senior director of GlobalView client service at ADP Inc. in Roseland, New Jersey. Greene stayed there for about two years until becoming director of the financial advisory center at Merrill Lynch in Pennington, New Jersey. She returned to ADP in Roseland in 2009 and moved throughout five different positions before landing the position of division vice president and general manager at ADP’s office in Norfolk in March.
An alumnus of Kingston College, a 93-year-old scholastic institution, Noel Spencer donated $55,000 to build the Noel Spencer Family Interscholastic Fitness Center.
“We who gained so much from Kingston College have to give back to the institution so that it can better serve the needs of students and the wider community,” said Spencer, founder of the Spencers of Jamaica diversified financial service and a past president of the Kingston College Old Boys Association in New York. The building is due to open late next month on the Melbourne Campus of Kingston College.