Dr. Warren Blake
A former Kingston College student, graduated from University of the West Indies in 1976 at the age of 22 as a medical doctor. He achieved the fellowship in surgery from Royal College of Glasgow in 1983 and became a consultant Orthopaedic surgeon in 1986 and is employed in the Public Sector. He has pursued studies in Business Administration and Computing and achieved a post graduate DBA in business administration from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom, a BSc honours in Computing from University of Technology (UTECH) and currently pursuing a Masters in Information Security.
Serving a second consecutive term as Honorary Secretary of the JAAA Limited, Mr. Gayle is a Senior Lecturer and Principal of the Charlie Smith High School in Kingston, Jamaica.
A professional Travel Consultant, Mrs. Tavares attended Briarcliff College in upstate New York and University of the Americas in Mexico. Recently employed to the Institute of Sports as an International Relations Co-ordinator, Mrs. Tavares brings to her executive position in the JAAA Limited her expertise in team management, international travel and athletes affairs.
Mr. Ludlow Watts
A career Banker in Corporate and Commercial Banking, Mr. Watts is serving his second term as Treasurer of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association.
1st Vice President
Ian Forbes, JP
Ian Forbes, (JP), has over 30 years of experience in Management, Sales & Marketing, and is presently the Managing Director of Sherwin Williams (West Indies) Limited since 2001. Under his stewardship Sherwin-Williams has become one of the top 2 paint companies in Jamaica, remaining consistently profitable throughout his tenure, receiving numerous awards both locally and internationally.
2nd Vice President
Lincoln Eatmon is Dunn Cox's Senior Partner and head of the Corporate and Commercial Department. He has been a Partner since 1976. Well known for his involvement in the administration of Jamaican athletics, Lincoln was the first Vice-President of the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association 1996-2000 and a member of its Executive Committee for several years.
3rd Vice President
Graduate of Wolmers Boys School and Texas Christian University
- Member of the 1997 and 1998 Carifta Games teams
- Member of the 2000 World Juniors and Junior CAC Teams.
- Member of the 2002 and 2006 Commonwealth Games teams
- Member of the 2003, 2005, 2009 and 2011 World Championship Teams
4th Vice President
Vilma Charlton is a Lecturer in the University of the West Indies, Institute of Education. She holds a Master of Arts in Education from Pepperdine University and a B.Sc. in Physical Education from the same University. During this period she was listed in Who’s Who Among Colleges and Universities, USA.
Director of Records