Gibbs surges off

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

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JPS Region West Director T'Shura Gibbs has resigned from her post effective, February 9, 2018.

The light and power company in a release on Friday said Gibbs will be leaving JPS to focus on personal business interests. Gibbs joined the JPS family over five years ago, and has served as parish manager for St James and Hanover, followed by her promotion to director for region west, covering the western end of the island, from St Elizabeth to St Ann.

JPS President and CEO Emanuel DaRosa, in commenting on her contribution, noted that, “T'Shura has served this organisation excellently. She has led with vision, innovation and efficiency. I believe that customers from all walks of life can testify to her hard work and dedication.

“Although I have known her only for a short time, I have been impressed by her management and the deep care with which she carried out business. We at JPS wish her every success in future endeavours, and look forward to seeing her soar in her new pursuits,” he continued.

Gibbs is also president of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and has been since May 2017.

Prior to JPS Gibbs worked as a station manager for US Airways (now American Airlines) in Montego Bay from 2003 to 2012, with responsibility for Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia and Jamaica.

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