Friday, December 5th, 2014
Straight Talk 4 at Boys Town All Age School. We had a ball. Thanks to Wayne J Sr and Jr. for blessing the place with not only their songs, including “Chikengunya” (One panadol, one panadol, quick), but also their words of advice, encouragement, and guidance. Videos soon come. Also thanks to the students at Boys […]
Friday, October 3rd, 2014
On October 3, 2014 we met at Boys Town All Age School to have another Straight Talk session. We ended up with such a powerful morning that not even we could have predicted the outcome. The students had a chance to meet and speak with Delroy Morgan of Leaders to Leaders Jamaica, a company with […]
Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Entering its second year, Leaders-to-Leaders Speaker Series is a collection of four presentations, organized under different themes, and delivered by a panel of distinguished leaders and change agents from the private and public sectors. Our aim is to develop and sustain a platform upon which senior leaders from various industrial sectors in Jamaica can share […]
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011
Members of the Hyatt family, trustees and supporters of the Charles Hyatt foundation, specially invited guests, uninvited guests, ladies and gentlemen, good evening. When I received the invitation to be guest speaker at the launch of the Charles Hyatt Foundation, I did not hesitate to accept.
Monday, March 21st, 2011
ON A cool Monday evening, punctuated with inspiring performances from Dean Fraser, Oliver Samuels, Christopher Daley and a one-hour performance by the group Fab 5, the Charles Hyatt Foundation was launched at The Pantry Playhouse in Kingston.
Friday, March 18th, 2011
‘Jr’ is strikingly absent from the name of the Charles Hyatt Foundation, which will be officially launched on Monday. For while the non-profit organisation is run by Charles Hyatt Jr, it stands as testimony to his father’s commitment to excellence in the arts.