I am native of Kingston Jamaica and I migrated to Louisiana from Jamaica in 1976. Was employed with Entergy on July 6, 1976 as a Marketing Engineer and worked as a Senior Account Representative and Major Account Representative. In 1996 I was relocated to Baton Rouge as a Customer Service Manager. Also, transferred membership from St Luke’s Episcopal Church New Orleans to St Luke’s Baton Rouge. Retired from Entergy in December 2013 after 37 years of service.
Major professional accomplishments include: Past President Port Allen Rotary, Past President of West Baton Rouge and Iberville Parish Chambers of Commerce, also Chairman of Family Services of Greater Baton Rouge.
As a cradle Episcopalian (Anglican), St Luke’s mission is right in line with mine. St Luke’s is a church that is community-minded with a very good music ministry. In other words there is room for everyone. We also have a good school which is known outside of the walls of the church. This should give us opportunities to increase our membership.
My activities here include Lay Eucharist Minister, Stephen Minister and Choir Member. I attended the 73rd General Convention of Episcopal Convention as an elected delegate in Denver Co, July 2000. I am also currently a member and past treasurer of New Orleans Black Chorale.
Educational background: BS in Electrical Engineering from Chicago Technical College 1971. Attended Kingston College High School in Kingston, Jamaica 1960-1965.
Hobbies include singing, soccer and meeting people.