Executive Team

Mr. Anthony Williams



Dr. Winston De la Haye

1st Vice President

Ms. Nadine Molloy



Mrs. Mitsie Harris-Dillon

Immediate Past President

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Mrs. Tricia McLean Rowe


Ms. Samantha Webb

Assistant Secretary

Mr. Solomon Smith

Treasurer & Chairperson, Finance Committee

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Assistant Treasurer

Mrs. Gail Abrahams

Public Relations Officer & Chairperson, PR Committee

Ms. Judy Ann Kinghorn

Assistant Public Relations Officer

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Mrs. Joanna George-Johnson

Teacher Representative

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Mrs. Audrey Longmore-Wilson

Chairperson, Spiritual Development Committee

Executive Profiles

Anthony Williams, JP - PRESIDENT

A 1982 Ardenne High School Alumnus, Mr. Williams is a practicing Attorney at Law for approximately 30 years. He is currently the Managing Partner at Usim, Williams & Co and a member of the Jamaican Bar Association.

A Justice of the Peace (St. ANDREW) & NOTARY PUBLIC, Mr. Williams is a distinguished Lieutenant Governor of Kiwanis International and a certified Kiwanis International Trainer EC& C DISTRICT. He sits on many school boards and the father of 3 girls all whom are Ardennites. 

He is married to Naedia Williams, an Ardenne Alumnus and worships at the Kingston Open Bible Church.

Nadia Molloy, JP - PRESIDENT

Nadine Nadine A. Molloy is a past president of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) and currently a Trustee. She is a motivational and professional speaker locally, primarily in education circles. She is a member of the Executive Principals’ League and is an Executive Board member of Education International. The former Principal of the Year has been a principal since September 2000. A qualified school inspector, she is principal of the Ardenne High School since September 2012. Nadine has a simple personal philosophy – leave it a little better than you found it.


Easily described as a career volunteer, she has been serving in voluntary capacities since the age of 15 years old. In June 2019, she was appointed the Interim President of the National Parent Teacher Association of Jamaica (NPTAJ) and has responsibility for 7 regions and all PTA’s across Jamaica.

Having served the NPTAJ since 2013, she has held several elected positions, including:

  • Chairman for Region 1 between September 2018 and May 2019, overseeing

all PTAs in Kingston and St. Andrew;

  • National Public Relations Officer and Asst PRO, between July 2014 and July

2018, overseeing PRO’s in the then six regions across the island.

She is also one of sixteen (16) Get Safe Online Ambassadors for Jamaica, by the UK-based

organization “Get Safe Online”.

Formerly a Banker for 26 years, she transitioned and gained four years’ worth of experience in several spheres – at a corporate-area High School (Ardenne High), a law firm, call centre and a customs broker/trucking company. Her love for banking has taken her back into that industry; she is currently

employed to EXIM Bank since 2018.

She holds the following qualifications:

  • Commonwealth Executive Masters’ Degree in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration
  • Associates Degree in Business Administration

She enjoys study and research, and has a passion for volunteerism, motivating and empowering persons that she comes in contact with. She believes we can make the world a better place, one step at a time, and if all come together for the common good of humanity.

She is the proud mother of two sons and currently serves as Ardenne High PTA’s Immediate Past President and has held the following positions in the association:

  • Public Relations Officer (2012 to 2015)
  • Secretary (2015-2016)
  • Vice-President (2016-2017)
  • President (2017-2019)
  • IPP (2019 to ….)

Winston De La Haye, M.D., M.P.H, D.M., I.C.A.P. – 1st VICE PRESIDENT

Dr. Winston De La Haye is Deputy Dean in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona and a Consultant General and Addiction Psychiatrist at the University 

Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI). He completed his MD at the University of Pecs in Hungary, his Postgraduate Degree in Psychiatry at the UWI, his Masters in Public Health and a Fulbright Fellowship in Substance Abuse at the Johns Hopkins University (JHU). He is an Internationally Certified Addiction Professional (ICAP) and a Global Master Trainer of Trainers in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders.

Dr. De La Haye is Past Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry of Health and Wellness in Jamaica,

Member of the Medical Council of Jamaica, Member of the International Society for Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP), Past President of the Medical Association of Jamaica, Past President of the Jamaica Psychiatric Association, Past President of the Jamaica Fulbright Alumni Association, Past Chairman of the Bellevue Hospital Board of 

Management and Past Deputy Chairman of the National Council on Drug Abuse in Jamaica.

Dr. De La Haye established the Medicinal Cannabis Unit in the Ministry of Health and Wellness in July 2017, supervising the registration of over 80 medicinal cannabis products in Jamaica. He’s currently launching the first International Psychedelic Psychiatry Centre in Jamaica. Dr. De La Haye is a former Captain in the Jamaica Defense Force.

Solomon S Smith, TREASURER & FINANCE CHAIRPERSON, Finance Committee

An Entrepreneur in the field of National Security, Solomon is the Chief Executive Director at K and S Security and Training Limited. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from the prestigious London School of Economics and Science. A husband and a father, Solomon has been an avid Grade Representative at the Ardenne High school for the past four (4) years. He has served in the British Armed Forces for over sixteen (16) years.

A strong believer of the Christian fate, Solomon lives by the philosophy that “Integrity is the key point of a person’s character, as it measures what a person thinks is right, legally and morally”.


Carol Ramsay is an Internal Auditor at the Jamaica Customs Agency. She has been employed there for over 17 years and 13 years experiences in Accounting at the Jamaica Telephone Company and the National Water Commission. She attained a Masters Degree in Tourism & Hospitality and two Bachelors’ degrees in Accounting & Management Studies at the University of the West Indies Mona.

She is a devout Christian, attends the Portmore Holiness Christian Church since 2011 and is married to Leon Ramsay for 16 years. Her son is currently in Grade 8 at Ardenne. She is hardworking, organized and a stickler for detail. She is a team player who is always pleasant, polite and focused to achieving all her objectives.

Samantha Webb – Assistant Secretary / Grade 8 Representative

Samantha is a Community Liaison Officer at the Ministry of Justice Restorative Unit.  With a passion to serve, she was a former parent representative at the Southborough Primary School and currently a Grade 8 parent class representative at Ardenne High School. She can be described as a competent, vibrant, dedicated and talented individual with the desire to aid for the benefit of the greater good. 

In everything we do, God will always be our guide as we strive for excellence- as such, Samantha is pleased to serve as the Assistant Secretary of Ardenne’s prestigious Parent’s Teachers Association for the academic year 2020-2021! 


Gail Abrahams is the Vice President of Marketing Communications and Sponsorships of the Supreme Ventures Group where she manages the advertising, sponsorships, promotional, media planning and communications across all business lines of the respective brands and products within the group. Prior to that, Gail was the CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica where she was responsible for the positioning of the Chamber in promoting trade and investment opportunities between Jamaica, the United States, the region and the world. A consummate professional with almost two decades of experience in Corporate Jamaica, spanning the media, tourism, insurance, banking and telecommunications industries. 

Gail is currently a director of Nationwide News Network and the Maxfield Park Childrens Home. She is also a member of the Jamaica Cancer Society and the Women’s Leadership Initiative, WLI in Jamaica. Recently, she was Jamaica’s representative for the International Women’s Forum Foundation Executive Leadership Fellows programme in the USA and  France, where she gained diplomas at Harvard and Instead business schools.  She also received the Flair Distinguished Award in the field of Communication, early this year. A graduate of the Manchester Business School and the University of the West Indies, Gail has a graduate degree, MBA, in Banking and Finance and Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, respectively.

She is married to Michael with 3 children.

JUDY ANN KINGHORN, B.A., LLB, M.B.A. – Assistant Public Relations Officer

Judy Ann Kinghorn is a proud graduate of Immaculate Conception High School. She matriculated to the University of the West Indies, Mona campus. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Literature before pursuing her Bachelors of Laws at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus.  Judy also earned her Masters in Business Administration from the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business & Entrepreneurship, the business school of Nova Southeastern University in Miami, Florida. 

Mrs. Kinghorn was admitted to the Bar in 1999 and has practiced at both the public and private bar. A Conveyancer by practice, she is a partner with her husband, Sean in the law firm of Kinghorn & Kinghorn, Attorneys-at-Law with offices in Spanish Town, Linstead, Old Harbour, St. Ann’s Bay and Christiana.

As a committed Christian, Judy worships at The Church of the United Brethren, Hope. She is dedicated in her service to the local church as well as the Conference. She has served as Church Secretary and in the Christian Education and Finance departments. She also serves in the capacity as Counsel for the United Brethren Conference. To her credit, Mrs. Kinghorn gives of her time and talents to the Phillippo Baptist Legal Aid Clinic of which she is a member of the Legal Aid Board. She also serves on the Board of The Regent College of the Caribbean in Manchester which is a Christian based college.

Mrs. Kinghorn is also a Justice of the Peace since 2003 and a Notary Public for the Island of Jamaica since 2017. Married to Sean since 2001, they have three daughters, Kayla, Gabrielle and Jhanelle.

Sheneico Eastwood - Grade 11 Representative

Sheneico Eastwood has been a Christian for over 20 years and has a passion for God and Young people. She is the wife of Paul Eastwood, a mother of three beautiful children Shemar, Romario and Abby-Mickale. Sheneico is a youth advisor at the Portmore Church of God an entrepreneur and an Author. She is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Mona where she gained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Library and Information Studies with a Minor in Literacy Studies.

Mark Davis

Mark Davis is currently employed to Caribbean Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers Ltd in the position as an Assistant General Manager. He has a BSc in Shipping and Logistics and supply chain management from the Caribbean Maritime University.  He is a member of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands and is married to Stacey-Ann Porter Davis. Together they have 2 beautiful daughters ages 14 and 12.

Aneacia Neita – Grade 8 Representative

Aneacia Neita is a Projects Manager, and former Government Board Member has over sixteen (16) years of experience in both the public and private sectors. Aneacia has experience in management consultation, team building, professional development, strategic implementation, company collaboration. banking, and investment. She has managed projects such as the use of natural gas and biodiesel in the public transportation sector. 

Aneacia is currently pursuing an Executive Masters in Business Administration at the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean.

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