It is truly a privilege and a great honor to serve as President of this organization. CCOBAMA, Inc was incorporated April 30, 2018 and has been striving to meet our charter’s mandate. As a result, the leadership team has been working diligently to identify and address challenges and deficiencies at our alma mater.

In the past year we have been able to lend support by:

Throughout the year members of the organization have also traveled to Jamaica and other islands in the Caribbean on initiatives that are separate from the organization’s initiatives, but are deserving of mention.

Mr. Adrian Kerr and his wife, Debbie traveled to Jamaica and worked diligently to install the servers at the school. He also continues to provide support to the IT Department and is providing training to the staff at the school. His intention is to turn over the reign to a fully functional and competent IT staff at the school.

Mr. Mark Ricketts traveled to Jamaica to mentor recipients of scholarships and to present funds for scholarships donated by the Class of ’85 Year Group.

Mr. Elsunuah Henlon continues his decades of work with the Junior Chamber International (Jay-Cees) in Jamaica and around the Caribbean.

Mr. Lenroy James traveled to Jamaica during Homecoming week and taught English at Cornwall College.

Mr. Michael Williams has provided guidance and support for every initiative and is always just a phone call away.

They should all be applauded for their willingness to give back to our alma mater, our community and country.

As we progress through the remainder of 2019 and towards the start of a new decade. We have undertaken and propose to undertake the following initiatives by:

If we consider what we have achieved in our first year as an organization, this list is certainly achievable. With proper planning, coordination and an all-hands-on-deck approach, I am optimistic that they can all be achieved.

I urge our members and associate members to re-commit ourselves to achieving each goal. Volunteer to serve on committees and seek to expand our membership by speaking confidently to those outside our group of the work we have done and the work we are proposing to do.

To our current members, thank you for all you have done and to our future members, welcome on board.

Neville Bell