Adaoma Patterson re-elected as President of the JCA

Adaoma Patterson, David Betty and Renea Douglas

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.