The 104th Anniversary Lecture of the St. Vincent Girls High School takes place tonight at the Frenches House.
This year, distinguished alumna and a 1996 National Scholar, Dr Arusha Campbell-Chambers, presents the topic “Empowering Caribbean Women to Embrace Self-Care and Self-Preservation”.
Dr. Campbell-Chambers is the current Vice-President of the Dermatology Association of Jamaica and is a member of several other medical and dermatological organizations.
This outstanding Vincentian, founded and operates her private clinic, “Dermatology Solutions Skin Clinic and Medi-Spa” in Jamaica.
Dr. Campbell-Chambers is passionate about empowering women; she has given many lectures and has appeared on television and radio to educate the public on matters of skin care, health and beauty. She is a regular contributor to the Jamaica Gleaner newspaper in her ‘Skin, Hair and Nail Health’ column.
The Girls High School says the lecture promises to be transformational for every woman and every person who cares about her.
The lecture begins at eight tonight and will be aired live on NBC Radio following the presentation by the Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, Sir Dwight Venner.