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UTech, Jamaica Alumni Community Welcomes President – Prof. Stephen Vasciannie January 13, 2017

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“….remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.” – Henry Ford

Dear Alumni of CAST – UTech, Jamaica,

You are invited to share brief, personal words of welcome to our 4th and newest President — Professor Stephen Vasciannie, CD. Prof. Vasciannie began his tenure as President on January 3, 2017.

Please use the “Add a comment” section found at the top of this blog post to personally welcome Prof. Vasciannie and share one (1) wish you may have for the ongoing development of our University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica).

We commit to share your comments with Prof. Vasciannie. This will surely convey the strong spirit of goodwill that we the CAST  – UTech, Jamaica community of over 170,000 graduates, based locally, regionally and internationally have towards our Alma Mater.

Thanks for your participation and continued support of UTech, Jamaica.

Cheryll Messam, CPC, ELI-MP
Alumni Relations Manager
University of Technology, Jamaica



1. Normalyn - January 17, 2017

Welcome Sir I hope your tenure will be a great experience and that you taking up this post can take University of Technology, Jamaica a step higher where if it now.

2. Rhoan Bernard - January 17, 2017

A very warm welcome to you Professor Vasciannie. I wish for you a very long and successful run in your new appointment. As you get settled in your new appointment please keep this question in mind always: “What will my legacy be?” I have a strong feeling it will be something that we all will be proud of.

Congratulations and best wishes.

3. Marcia Fraser-Cummings - January 17, 2017

Welcome Professor. I am confident that the the integrity, scholarship, humility and dignity that you have taken to our institution will serve us well. I remember you well from those afore long days on the 37 JOS bus…. when from way back when you never sat so long as a female in front of you stood.
Thank you …for joining the team!

4. Anonymous - January 16, 2017

Congratulations on your appointment Prof. I look forward to the growth of UTech under your leadership both locally and on the international market. I hope the community will be brought together under you despite the challenges now faced.

5. Dennis Hickey - January 16, 2017

Welcome Professor. I am confident that your leadership will be transformational.

6. Anonymous - January 16, 2017

Welcome Professor… I am confident that your leadership will be transformational

7. Fidel Boyd - January 15, 2017

Good day,
I sincerely welcome you as our new president of this noble institution and pray for God’s guidance in whatever decisions are made. Again welcome and God bless you.

8. Kaydean Thompson-Senior - January 14, 2017

God bless you on this new adventure.

9. Sonia Edwards - January 14, 2017

Professor Vasciannie, I warmly welcome you to UTECH. As a past student not only of UTECH but also CAST, this institution is very dear and special to me because it allowed working people like myself accessibility to training in tertiary education in Jamaica. I know that UTECH will benefit from you at its helm. So welcome Professor Vasciannie!!

10. Lee Facey - January 14, 2017

Welcome to The University of Technology Prof. Stephen Vasciannie. I know you will make the institution very proud.

11. Dougie and Yvonne Streete - January 13, 2017

Welcome Professor Stephen Vasciannie, may your tenure be long and fruitful.

We are confident that the future of the Institution is in sound hands, given your impressive educational background and your myriad of life experiences, both professional and personal.

Please be assured that you have our complete support in your endeavours.

Dougie and Yvonne Streete
Class of 1979

12. Appo Gordon - January 13, 2017

Wishing you the best on the task at hand. I hope that with every plan on the way forward, will have the almighty stunts helms.

Anonymous - January 19, 2017

welcome to one of Jamaica’s finest institutions. I know we can only get better with your leadership.

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