Legacy Magazine’s Award: Five Jamaican women among South Florida’s most influential black women

SOUTH FLORIDA – Five  Jamaican women were  included in Legacy Magazine’s 25 Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Leadership in South Florida.

The Jamaican awardees included Attorney Dahlia Walker-Huntington; Catherine Foote Malcolm of Jerk Machine Inc., Florida State Representative, Hazelle Rogers, Joy Thomas, Market Manager of Grace Foods USA and Julie Mansfield, Entrepreneur and Author.. The women were recently honored (Sept. 18) at Legacy’s Award Luncheon at Morton’s Steak House in Ft. Lauderdale.

Established in 2004, Legacy Magazine serving Florida’s Black professional community with insightful articles and information on business, careers, politics, lifestyle, culture and social commentary. Through a distribution partnership with The Miami Herald, The Palm Beach Post, The Sun Sentinel and The Orlando Sentinel, Legacy is published and circulated as a bi-monthly supplement.

Catherine Malcolm Joy Thomas, Dahlia Walker Huntington at Legacy

L-R: Catherine Foote Malcolm of Jerk Machine Restaurants Inc.; Joy Thomas, Market Manager of Grace Foods USA; and attorney Dahlia Walker Huntington. Absent from photo is Florida State Representative Hazelle Rogers and Julie Mansfield, Author.

Julie Mansfield

Julie Mansfield


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