Board Member - Tasha Manley
Tasha Manley is an accomplished Attorney who has over nine years experience in the legal profession. Ms Manley is a graduate of University of the West Indies and the Norman Manley Law School.
A former Crown Counsel in the Attorney Generalís Chambers; Ms Manley has represented the Government of Jamaica, its servants and agents in the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal of Jamaica as well as the Resident Magistrates Courts across the Island in a range of civil matters. She also had the distinction of representing the Government of Jamaica (GOJ) as Junior Counsel to the Solicitor General of Jamaica before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (UK) in two significant cases on judicial review and contract law.
Currently, Ms Manley is employed to the Jamaica National Building Society in a Senior Management Position. She is also an Associate Tutor at the University of the West Indies. In addition to her successes professionally, she has also excelled academically earning a number of scholarships and awards including the much sought after Douglas Fletcher Memorial Prize in 2003. This prize is presented to the Law School Graduate demonstrating a combination of outstanding academic achievement, interest in the Norman Manley Law School and outstanding discipline and attitude to society.
Despite having a demanding career, Ms Manley continues to perform her civic duties by serving on a number of Boards and Associations. These include the Legal Officers Association which she currently chairs and the Commonwealth Lawyers Association. In February 2012 Ms Manley was appointed to the Board of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority.