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Joy Eleanor Douglas

 

 

 

 

 

Joy Eleanor Douglas, B.A., M.U.R.P., Geographer/Planner, Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica.

Organizations: Director, Executive Secretariat Ltd & Development Alternative Ltd. Member, IUCN Commission on Environmental Strategy Planning since 1987, Member, American Planning Association, Co-Founder/Executive Director, J.C.D.T.

Born: St. Andrew, June 18, 1959; daughter of the late Ivan George Leopold Douglas, and Edmah Laur Douglas, Retired Civil Servant.

Career: Administrator, Ministry of National Security & Justice, Defence Division 1980-81; Planner/Administrat or Ministry of Construction (Housing) – Planning Inter-Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh, U.S.A., 1981-82; Part-time Lecturer/Programme Development, C.A.S.T. 1985-88; Geographer/Planner Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica 1985-87.

Awards: Fellowship, Organisation of American States 1982-84; Scholarship U.S.A.I.D. 1984, Guinness Stout Effort Award, Award for work done in the environment, Construction & National Security 1990.

Denomination: Anglican.

Interests: Reading, Philately, Yoga. Address: (business & Home) 15 Devon Close, Kingston 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

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