An astute businessman, Mark Myers is the Managing Director of Restaurants of Jamaica Ltd. Mr. Myers holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations, Transportation and Distribution management from Syracuse University’s School of Management. A believer in contributing to the development of his country, he has served on several boards to include the Bank of Jamaica, Jamaica Trade and Investment Limited and the Jamaica Observer Limited.
Mr. Simpson is the Founder, President and CEO of Cornerstone. He is an Investment Banker with over 13 years experience having worked in the Caribbean, the United States and Europe in various roles. He holds a double major in Computer Science and Geology and an MBA from the University of the West Indies. He has served on various government, private and charity boards including the Youth Arm of UNESCO, YMCA and the Jamaica Tourist Board where he was the Chairman of the Finance and Audit Committee.
Mr. Godfrey is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of S&G Road Surfacing Materials Ltd. With over 30 years entrepreneurial experience, Mr. Godfrey has built the entity into one of Jamaica’s leading asphalt manufacturing and road work solutions companies. Since its inception, S&G Road Surfacing Materials Ltd.’s portfolio of completed projects includes parking lots, driveways, multipurpose courts, roadways, roundabouts and related infrastructure projects in partnership with National Works Agency, Gore Development Limited and China Harbour Engineering Corporation.
Mr. Stewart is the General Manager of Stewart Motors Ltd. and he is also involved in leading related family businesses, Stewart’s Auto Sales Ltd. and its affiliated companies, Stewart’s Auto Paints Ltd., Tropic Island Trading Company Ltd. and Silver Star Motors Ltd. Duncan is also a director of the Automobile Dealers Association and the Richard and Diana Stewart Foundation. Currently, he is a sponsor of the family charity, Kind Hearts, which is run by his children and their cousins.
Mr. Phillip Lee is Group Managing Director for the companies owned and operated by the Lee family. These include Labels & Boxes Ltd. and Rotoflex Jamaica Ltd. which are the leading manufacturers of labels and packaging material in Jamaica. Phillip Lee has over 30 years of experience in the industry and his companies supply many of the largest Jamaican manufacturers including GraceKennedy Ltd., Red Stripe and Salada Foods Jamaica Ltd. He has been involved in numerous successful packaging projects for these companies and continues to be consulted by the owners of major brands for his expertise.
Mr. Domville is the former Chief Operating Officer and Group Treasurer of the Seprod Group of Companies. A Chartered Accountant. he currently serves as a Director of Radio Jamaica Limited (RJR); The Gleaner Company Limited and is also a Trustee of the Seprod et al Superannuation Scheme. He is also a former President of the Jamaica Cooperative Credit Union League Limited.
Jason has over 19 years of experience, spanning the range of securities trading, investment and treasury management, corporate finance, and corporate banking. Most recently, Jason held the position of Vice President of Investment Management at the GraceKennedy Group. Jason also headed the Corporate Banking Unit within First Global Bank Limited and was also a member of the senior management teams of the securities dealing subsidiaries of Guardian Holdings and GraceKennedy. Jason is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics, he also obtained a Master of Science degree from the University of London.
Mike Hylton O.J., Q.C., founder and senior partner of the law firm Hylton Powell, was appointed to the board of Barita Investments Limited in March, 2021. In addition to being one of the leading commercial counsel in the region, Mr. Hylton has extensive regulatory experience, having served as Chairman of the Financial Services Commission, the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force, the General Legal Council and the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority. Mr. Hylton was also Solicitor General of Jamaica and is presently a Commissioner of the Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission, the body with administrative responsibility for the Caribbean Court of Justice. In 2006 Mr Hylton was awarded the Order of Jamaica in recognition of his contribution to Law and the Public Service.