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       March 8 2023

    Spanish Court Hotel, Valencia (A)

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Our Speakers

The Women In Law Jamaica Conference sessions will be lead and addressed by speakers who are leaders in their field. The discussions will be rich and dynamic, enabling you to reframe how you see yourself and re-image what you project to others.

Professor Tracy Robinson

Professorr Tracy Robinson

Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, Mona

Tracy Robinson is a Professor at The University of the West Indies, Mona. She has written extensively on issues of gender, sexuality and the law; gender and constitutionalism and gender based violence. Her recent publications include the co-authored book with Arif Bulkan and Justice Adrian Saunders, Fundamentals of Caribbean Constitutional Law (2 ed, Sweet & Maxwell 2021). She is a co-founder and coordinator of the Faculty of Law UWI Rights Advocacy Project (U-RAP). 

Anika Shuttleworth CEO (Acting), eGov Jamaica Limited

Anika Shuttleworth

CEO (Acting), eGov Jamaica Limited

Mrs. Anika C. D. Shuttleworth possesses over twenty-two (22) years of experience in the Information Technology industry, much of which have been spent with eGov Jamaica Limited. Her background includes Strategic Management, Business and Product Development, Project Management, Business Analysis, Software Development and Quality Management. She wholeheartedly believes in nation building, delivering efficient and effective service to customers, as well as empowering young people to achieve their fullest potential.

M. Georgia Gibson Henlin KC, CIPP/E, CIPM, Managing Director of Privacy & Legal Management Consultants Limited

M. Georgia Gibson Henlin KC

CIPP/E, CIPM, Managing Director of Privacy & Legal Management Consultants Limited

M. Georgia Gibson Henlin’s practice focuses on Information Technology, Telecommunications, Competition Law, Commercial and complex legal issues. She has wide ranging experience in other areas of the law including Intellectual Property, Family, Estate Planning, Real Estate, Commercial, Finance and Taxation. In 2002 she was awarded a Master of Laws Degree in  Innovation Law and Policy from the University of Toronto where she specialized in the Law of E-Commerce and Information Technology, Legal Issues in Cyberspace, Telecommunications Economics, Wireless Communications (Spread Spectrum), Internet Law and Governance, Entertainment Law, Freedom of Expression and the Press, Intellectual Property in the Digital Era and Intellectual Property in Cyberspace.

Dr. Minott Kates, Head of the Department of Chemistry, The University of the West Indies, Mona

Dr. Minott Kates

Head of the Department of Chemistry, The University of the West Indies, Mona

Donna Minott Kates is Head of the Department of Chemistry and Senior Lecturer at The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus. A past student of the Montego Bay High School, she is a graduate of The UWI with a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry and Applied Chemistry and a PhD in Organic Chemistry (Marine Natural Products). Following her postdoctoral fellowship in Bioorganic Chemistry at Oregon State University, she returned to The UWI and was tasked with operationalising the new major in Food Chemistry and thereafter to lead the division of Food Chemistry within the Department. Through a period of academic retooling, including a one year visiting research fellowship at the University of Maryland/ US Department of Agriculture/McCormick & Co/Environmental Systems Services, her research and teaching focus shifted to Food Chemistry.

Lititia Myers Grey, CEO, ECHE Limited

Lititia Myers-Gray

CEO, ECHE Limited

From the farmlands of Garlands, St. James, to the corporate boardrooms of Jamaica’s capital city Kingston, Lititia Myers-Gray has carved her own path as a leader – building a legacy around her people-first management approach. As founder and CEO of ECHE Limited, Lititia believes in creating a professional environment where everyone feels uplifted and
inspired to achieve more for themselves and the company.
Her desire to uplift those around her, while delivering service excellence has humble beginnings in her grandmother's small, rural area shop. Lititia’s experience helping in the family business laid the groundwork for the person she is today – teaching her efficiency, building her tenacity and showing her the importance of managing relationships and balancing family and work life.

Stacey Hines, Author, Coach & Group Strategic Planner, ICD

Stacey Hines

Author, Coach & Group Strategic Planner, ICD

Stacey is a Caribbean tech sector leader with global leadership experience in public, private and non-profit sectors. Her commitment to women in leadership and to the technology industry is evidenced in her being appointed as the first Jamaican IT Fellow by the Chartered Institute of IT Professionals of the UK (BCS), the second female president of the Jamaica Computer Society in it's 47 year history and one of the Top 50 Caribbean Women in Tech in 2021. She has worked in tech C-Suite & specialist roles in the US & Canada and managed technology product portfolios with partners in Australia, Germany, India and Africa. 

Dr. Sandra Swaby, Cosmetic Surgeon & Anti-Aging Physician

Dr. Sandra Swaby

Cosmetic Surgeon & Anti-Aging Physician

Previously a Pediatric emergency room physician, Dr. Sandra Swaby has been a Cosmetic surgeon for almost 10 years. She is Chief/Founding Surgeon at the Harmony Health Cosmetic Clinic in Jamaica and is dubbed “Queen of the BBL” in the Caribbean region. Customers from all over the world come to Jamaica to receive her signature BBL and 360 liposculpting treatments because of their natural, alluring appearance.


Zoe M. Simpson


Zoe Simpson is a lifelong learner who believes that education is a reliable vehicle that transports individuals out of poverty. Her post-secondary educational journey would have seen her completing studies in Education at the Doctoral level at the University of Sheffield, England. Her Thesis examined the factors that facilitated or frustrated completion of education for adolescent mothers who were reintegrated into the formal school system. The research findings helped to inform the Policy for the Reintegration of School-aged Mothers into the Formal School System.

Georgia Crawford-Williams, Consultant Sociologist, Educator, Published Author & Entrepreneur

Georgia Crawford-Williams


Her entity LifeSavers is an innovative Jamaican Start Up specializing in the creation of health detecting personal hygiene products such as wipes and diapers which change colour if they detect health abnormalities in the user’s urine. The company’s aim is to improve the quality of life of the world’s citizens by giving them the Knowledge Necessary To Save Their Own Lives! In its first year LifeSavers received the prestigious IDEA®Achievement Award for top global innovation of 2022, was named by The Story Exchange in the 12 top Brilliant Businesses of 2022 and has brokered a development and distribution deal with Fitesa the 2nd largest producer of nonwovens in the world and a global leader in the health care hygiene market. 


Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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