Miss Paulette Simpson has responsibility for Corporate Affairs for the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) in the United Kingdom (UK) In this role, she seeks to initiate, manage and deliver strategies to enhance the organisation’s corporate reputation, brand, relationship with members and the wider community in the UK. She has been instrumental in spearheading the hosting of numerous JNBS events, including:
JNBS Outlook for the Future, a series of annual fora, which features Jamaican Administration, Opposition Leaders, and heads of corporate entities, as the main presenters...
JNBS Caribbean Question Time, a forum for Caribbean people in the UK, which provide a platform for them to interact with local representatives of their respective communities...
Real Estate Expos and JN Members Meetings, mounted to inform and educate Jamaicans in the Diaspora...
She also provides support for The Voice, which has been Britain’s leading Black newspaper for the last 34 years, seeking to reposition the newspaper to achieve greater efficiencies and deeper market penetration.
Ms Simpson has held several other positions within the JN Group, including:
She has previously worked with the UK operations of National Commercial Bank, Jamaica and began her career with Price Waterhouse Coopers, where she specialized in business development, training and marketing for six years. During that period, she was seconded to the Commonwealth Secretariat to develop and deliver a training programme for young women in business in Zambia.
Miss Simpson represented the UK community on the Jamaica Diaspora Advisory Board, and in that capacity advised the Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade for four years about issues relating to the Jamaican Diaspora in the UK