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Jacqueline Coke-Lloyd

Jacqueline Coke-Lloyd is the Managing Director of Make Your Mark Consultants. She is responsible for the general management and direction of the partnership.

As Managing Director of Make Your Mark Consultants, Mrs. Coke-Lloyd has introduced the following training and development programmes for organizations in Jamaica:

  • Middle Managers Conference
  • How to Delegate Effectively
  • How to Communicate Strategic Decisions and Changes to Employees
  • How to make the case for Investment in your Department
  • How to Prepare your Enterprise for the Proposed Jamaica
  • Occupational Safety And Health Legislation (JOSHA)
  • Conducting Workplace Investigations
  • Identifying and Managing Waste Through Lean Tools and
  • Techniques
  • Managing the Sick and Injured Worker
  • How do I Maximize Sales for my Organization
  • Eliminate Waste Through Productivity Tools
  • Writing for Business
  • Building a Relationship with the Media
  • Teen Summer Camp
  • Writing Winning Proposals
  • Customer Satisfaction for Productivity Improvement
  • All You Need To Know About the Work Permit Process
  • Building High Performance Teams Anywhere
  • Board Governance for NGOs
  • Managing and Measuring Results

She is heralded for the conceptualization and hosting of the only Middle Managers Conference in this Hemisphere. This conference has developed over 2000 managers over the last five (5) Years.  It is rated as a high impact life changing all inclusive learning opportunity for potential leaders in Jamaica and the Region.  Mrs. Coke-Lloyd was previously employed to the Jamaica Employers’ Federation (JEF) from 1998 to September 2008 where she served as the Chief Executive Officer.

Mrs. Coke-Lloyd has served on the following Boards and Committees:

  • National Housing Trust (NHT)
  • University of Technology
  • Jamaica Productivity Centre (JPC)
  • Young Entrepreneurs Association (YEA)
  • Jamaica Youth Employment Network (JYEN)
  • Jamaica Business Council on HIV/AIDS (JaBCHA)

Award from JEF

National Council on Technical Vocational Education and Training (NCTVET)

  • The National Labour Advisory Committee (LAC)

She has also served on International boards of the:

  • Caribbean Employers’ Confederation (CEC)
  • Council/Board Member of the International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva, Switzerland
  • Employer Representative to the Business Technical Advisory Committee on Labour Matters (CEATAL) of the Organization of American States (OAS)

Mrs. Lloyd currently serves on the Boards of

  • Process Technology & Solutions Limited
  • Sagicor Group Jamaica
  • Sagicor Life Jamaica Limited
  • Transformed Life Church

International Representation:

  • Council member of the Hillary Clinton Lead International Council on Women’s Business
  • Leaders (ICWBL), Washington DC.  Member of the Capacity Building and Skills Training Sub-Committee.

Mrs. Lloyd currently serves on the following Committees:

  • Ministry Leader, Events and Communication, Transformed Life Church
  • Sagicor Group –  Audit, Human Resource and Compensation, Corporate Governance and Ethics
  • Women’s Leadership Initiative – Co-chair Membership

Association Memberships:

  • Women’s Business Owners Association of Jamaica
  • Women’s Leadership Initiative
  • Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica
  • The Human Resource Management Association of Jamaica
  • Optimist Club of Barbican Pines

Mrs. Coke-Lloyd lead the creation and publication of the following resource materials:

  • State of the Industry Reports – 2000
  • Sexual Harassment – The Third Way Forward – 2003
  • How to Become an Employer of Choice – 2004
  • The Performance Manager – 2007
  • The Employee Loyalty Survey – 2007
  • Ready for Work and Business – 2007
  • Salary Survey by Sector – 2006
  • A Decade of Arbitration – 2004
  • Employers’ Handbook – 2001
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Jamaica – 2008
  • HIV/AIDS: What Every Employer should know – 2008

Mrs. Coke-Lloyd has introduced and launched the Employers’ Care programme. This serves to foster inner city renewal, and seeks to enhance employers’ involvement in national development.

  • She is the Charter President for the first all Female Optimist Club in the Caribbean.
  • Mrs. Lloyd has given of her time to many charitable projects. During her presidency of the Optimist Club of Barbican Pines, she spearheaded the adoption of the Shortwood Basic School, and the National Children’s’ Home (The Tegwyn Unit).
  • Mrs. Coke-Lloyd is a graduate of the University of Technology, Jamaica and the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ILO), Turin Italy.
  • She is the first female and Caribbean representative to chair the Election of the Employers for the ILO Governing Body, Geneva Switzerland.
  • She is the first female to be nominated to represent the Caribbean on the Governing Body (Board) of the ILO, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • She is the first female and Jamaican to be nominated to the Business Technical Advisory Committee on Labour Matters (CEATAL) of the Organization of American States (OAS).
  • She is the first Chief Executive Officer of JEF to address the United Nations Council.
  • She is the first Chief Executive Officer of JEF to address the Inter –American Development Bank Business Forum.
  • Contributions to National Development

    Mrs. Coke-Lloyd Launched, Formed and/or Facilitated:

    Jamaica Youth Employment Network

    Young Entrepreneurs Association of Jamaica

    Employer of Choice Awards                                      

    Handbook for Employers

    Employers Month

    Jamaica Business Council on HIV/AIDS

    Middle Managers Conference

    Make Your Mark Summer Camp

    Ministry of Labour Special Youth Employment and Training Program
    CEO Breakfast

    INN Chambers Series

    She is married to Major Evon Lloyd and has three (3) children; Evon, Jason and Abigail.

Major Evon Lloyd Sr is an accomplished educator having served the Secondary School System in Jamaica for over ten years.  He has taught Chemistry, Zoology, Biology, and served as Head of the Chemistry and Science Departments at Mannings and Manchester High Schools.  He has had tremendous success over 90% pass from all his students at the O and A Levels, and CSES Levels.  He was also a tutor at the UWI Department of Chemistry.

Major Evon Lloyd Sr. has over twenty-five (25) years experience in marketing, scientific research, brand management and the promotion of products and services.

He joined the staff of GraceKennedy and Company Ltd. in 1983 in the capacity of Brand Manager, Hotel Division. During his stay at GraceKennedy, he was credited for establishing GraceKennedy’s Wine & Spirits portfolio chiefly among the hospitality industry.

On leaving GraceKennedy, he moved to Wray & Nephew Ja. Ltd. where he joined the staff as a Marketing Executive. He was successful in expanding Wray & Nephew’s dominance in the wine and spirits category in Jamaica. During his tenure, Major Lloyd successfully launched and established a number of products under the “Appleton” brand.

In 1993, he later moved on to Allied Colloids, the United Kingdom based specialty chemical company where he was appointed Regional Manager, Marketing and Technical Operations (Caribbean).

Major Lloyd served Allied Colloids with distinction having developed and established their range of specialty chemicals in the bauxite/aluminum industry in the region.

After the merge of Allied Colloids with the Swiss based Ciba Specialty Chemicals, he continued to serve the company in the same capacity expanding his area of responsibility to sections of South America.

In 2005, Major Lloyd left CIBA to form his family-owned company Process Technology & Solutions Limited (PTSL) where he continues to serve in the capacity of President and Chief Executive Officer.

During his civilian exploits, Major Lloyd had the distinction of excelling in a parallel career in the Jamaica Military (National Reserves). He rose to the rank of Major and was appointed second in command for the Reserve Battalion.

Major Lloyd is a graduate of the University of the West Indies in Chemistry and Biochemistry. He holds a Diploma in Business Administration; a post-graduate Diploma in Education and a Masters Degree in Business Administration.