Keith Duncan to replace Howard Mitchell as PSOJ president

Keith Duncan was elected Wednesday (Sept 25) as president of the PSOJ. (Photos: Don Weysome)

The JMMB Group CEO Keith Duncan was today (Wed, Sept 25) elected the 20th president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ).

He was elected at a Council meeting at the PSOJ’s offices on Hope Road in St Andrew. Duncan succeeds Howard Mitchell who demitted the position after serving for two terms, from 2017 to 2019.

Rounding out the leadership team are vice presidents Jackie Sharpe, Jeffrey Hall and Mariame Robinson, and treasurer Vikram Dhiman.

Howard Mitchell is being replaced as president of the PSOJ by Keith Duncan.

Duncan, who has served as vice president of the PSOJ, shared that he’s looking forward to this new role. He said he believes that Jamaica is at a critical juncture in its economic history where the current domestic economic environment is favourable and creates real opportunities for the benefit of all Jamaicans.