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Office Of The Prime Minister
The Women's Roundtable Action Platform (WRAP-TT) aims to empower women on the R.I.S.E. who aspire to achieve their full potential. These women are Resourceful, Invested, Sincere, and Empathetic servant leaders who are passionate about making a difference. Through our four exciting pillars: Mentorship, Education, Networking, and Access, we provide programs and events geared towards propelling women and girls to the next level of their achievement.
Welcome to CariBeat!
We're CariBeat, a Caribbean Lifestyle Company, headquartered in the Washington, DC Metro area - with a mission to bring Caribbean-style culture, cuisine, decor, and apparel to every corner of the world! We're proudly, Caribbean-American, family-owned and we welcome all of our customers as members of our happy Caribbean family!
The Caribbean Disaster Relief and Recovery Alliance (CDRRA) is a 501c3 non profit organization, whose mission is to provide timely relief assistance as well as long-term recovery support to families and communities in the Caribbean region through a coordinated effort in partnership with other businesses, community organizations, non-profits and professionals.
The Caribbean Disaster Relief and Recovery Alliance
The Bishop Anstey High School (BAHS) Alumnae Association, Washington, DC was founded in October 1988. The first Chapter President was Dr. Patricia Niles. The Association was founded for the express purpose of serving the needs of Hilarians living, working, and studying in the area and for providing assistance to the School. Early activities included an annual Christmas party, fundraisers to support contributions to the Jubilee Hall renovations, the purchase of classroom chairs, and annual awards for most improved Form 3 student. Most recently we have contributed to the needs of the BAHS Steel Orchestra, a renovation matching fund initiative, and the School Health Improvement Program (SHIP), a resource that makes basic supplies available to students and families in need. In January 2021, the school celebrated its 100th Anniversary.
ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP:
Lauren Semper Scott, Ph. D. president
Leah Ford Forde, vice president
Abby Charles, secretary
Keisha Krider, DBA, treasurer