The Jamaican Women of Florida (JWOF) will host its annual Health & Wellness Seminar. An esteemed group of panelists will share their expertise as we explore the topic Keep our Children Safe, Content, and Self-Confident in Today's World. Everyone from the 'village' is invited to participate in this conversation - Come share and inspire.
Listen to this interview with member, Marcell Jones on Community Forum
Our esteemed panelists include...
Shernette Grant is the newly appointed Director of Innovative (Magnet) Programs Design/Support for the Broward County Public Schools. She was recently appointed to this position after serving since 2012 as Principal of William Dandy Middle School.
Shernette began her teaching career in Broward County Public Schools as a Biology Teacher in the year 2000. While teaching, she returned to FAU where she completed a Master’s and a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership, and where she is currently working to complete her Ph.D., also in school leadership with plans to graduate this fall.
Dr. Salters is a Major with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department; where he has served for over 25 years. He has served as DARE Officer, Internal Affairs Sgt., Administrative Support Captain, Major in Investigations, Support Services and currently as Operations Support Major.
He has been invited to speak to organizations such as the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Miami Field Office, Broward County School Board, Delta Sigma Theta (BAC) and The City of Lauderhill. He is a “Bridge Builder, Standard Raiser, and Barrier Breaker”.
Cindy Arenberg Seltzer is the first President/CEO of the Children’s Services Council of Broward County. In that role, she has carefully guided the development of the organization, which was created by the voters of Broward County in September, 2000, and reauthorized by the voters in 2014. She works hard to dramatically transform young lives through a focus on supporting proven programs delivered by more than 100 “provider” agencies that achieve measureable outcomes, while ensuring transparency and accountability for the CSC. Her leadership and advocacy on behalf of the children of Broward County has made a real difference for all Broward residents, and especially for Broward’s children.
Dr. Marsha Brown is a Florida licensed psychologist with specializations in forensic and clinical psychology. She has experience in the assessment, evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of children, adolescents, adults, and families across a variety of settings. She is currently working in private practice where she conducts forensic psychological evaluations to address a variety of issues related to family and criminal court.
Norman O. Hemming, III presently serves as Chief federal Administrative Law Judge for Miami -Dade and Monroe Counties for the United States Social Security Administration. In said position, Norman Supervises ten Administrative law judges, a staff of attorneys, paralegals and Administrative Assistants who oversee Title II and Title XVI cases under the Social Security Act.