Adaoma Patterson, an adviser with the strategic planning team in the Human Services Department in the Region of Peel, has been re-elected President of the Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) for a second term.
Patterson has served as president of the JCA since 2016.
Also re-elected last week for a second term to the JCA’s Board of Directors was Natalie Johnson (Director at large -Youth Portfolio).
The following are the new officers elected to the Board:
Jodeika Williams – (Executive Secretary)
David Betty – ( Treasurer)
Janet Lewis – (Director of Fundraising)
The Jamaican Canadian Association is a social organization that was established in Toronto in 1962.