Women in Politics w/ PNP Candidate for Central Kingston, Imani Duncan-Price

Welcome to Women in Politics!

In the upcoming episode, we feature PNP Candidate for the Central Kingston Constituency, Imani Duncan-Price. She was Miss Jamaica World 1995. She is a former Senator, board member of the Development Bank of Jamaica, Managing Director of a luxury adventure destination management start-up, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of Jamaica’s leading think tank, the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI) and Group Strategy Officer for the JMMB Group, a leading Caribbean financial services group.

Now Chief of Staff in the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, Imani supports the current Leader of the Opposition, Dr. Phillips, in policy and political strategy formulation.

Imani Duncan-Price is married to Stephen and a happy and tired mother of three.

HOST: Khadine “Miss Kitty” Hylton

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We will feature Women in Representational politics from both sides of the fence, capturing them in their natural environment, such as their office, home, constituency, etc.


Sonya Stewart

Assistant Producer
Brithney Clarke

Talent Managers
Tazhna Williams
Andrica Rigg

Director of Visual Coordination
Omar Green

Frank Beckford
Shawn Wynter
Mario Pottinger

Dwaine Young

Makeup Artistes
Trishana McDonald
Racquel Brown
Danielle Francis

Executive Producers
Joan Forrest-Henry
Cliff Hughes

Special Thanks to Budget Car Rentals for providing on the ground transportation.

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