McDonald resigns from PSOJ

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

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Jennifer McDonald will resign her post as CEO of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) effective September 30, 2018.

The announcement, which came by way of a press release from the organisation, said McDonald has decided to leave the PSOJ to pursue other professional options. McDonald joined the PSOJ in February, succeeding Dennis Chung who stepped down on January 31, 2018 to take up another position in the private sector.

“Her gain is our loss as during the six months of her tenure,McDonald applied her energies vigorously to the benefit of the Organisation and demonstrated the strong work ethic and unremitting dedication to the job for which she was known elsewhere,” President of the PSOJ Howard Mitchell said.

We wish her the very best in her future endeavours,” he continued.

are confident in her leadership to take us through the next chapter,” he added.

Prior to the PSOJ, McDonald served as CEO of the Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) from July 2007 through to August 2016.

As a public servant, McDonald was highly regarded as one of the most capable leaders in the Jamaican public sector with a reputation for delivering consistently high results. Her strong work ethic and refreshing candour endeared her to both staff and the wide customer base of PICA.

McDonald is an International Management Consultant and Corporate Brand Transformation Specialist with customer focus as her strength.

McDonald holds an MBA from The University of the West Indies as well as a Bachelor's in Geography and Economics from that institution.

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