Please join us at the following event as we call on business owners in the Mid-Atlantic to help us raise money for warehousing of disaster relief supplies for the islands recently devastated by Hurricane Irma and now Hurricane Maria.
Event: Experience The POWER of Networking
Date: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Hosted By: Kojo Nnamdi
Featured Guest: Wintley Phipps (Vocalist, Founder/Dream Academy)
Keynote Speaker: George Fraser (Speaker, Author, Networking Guru, Founder/FraserNet, Inc.)
The Caribbean Business Alliance proudly presents the ultimate business networking mixer created especially for Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and Service Providers of Caribbean decent and for Business Owners who serve the Caribbean community, here and abroad.
Who Should Attend???
**Caribbean Business owners who operate a business in the DMV area — all the way to the Mid-Atlantic region and Abroad
**Business Owners who serve the Caribbean community in the Mid-Atlantic region and Abroad
Expect to be inspired, empowered and recharged by the Internationally renowned Speaker, Author and Networking Guru, Mr. George Fraser, as well as, to receive inspiration from renowned vocalist and Founder of the U.S. Dream academy – Mr. Wintley Phipps.
Hosted by: Journalist, Radio/TV Show Host–Kojo Nnamdi.
To learn more about sponsorship and marketing opportunities.
Sponsored By: Caribbean Cargo DC, Gabriel J. Christian & Associates, LLC.& B.j.Lockhart Insurance, The University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Caribbean Caterers, Federal Management Systems, and Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation, East Payment Solutions, Caribbean Caterers, JDos Internationale, Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce, Tony Marc, Industrial Bank, King Ocean Services, Shipley & Horne, P.A., The Caribbean Current and Victory1 TV.
View Recording of tonight’s LiveStream online at https://livestream.com/EvangelAssembly/events/7735134/videos/163043580
A Message from our President, Gabriel Christian:
Please encourage all who can to come to attend tonight meeting or share the link. The Rebuild Dominica Core and our community friends, partners and allies in the Caribbean Disaster Relief and Recovery Alliance will meet in emergency session at Evangel Assembly church 5800 Old Branch Ave, Temple Hills, MD · (301) 899-2712. Pastor St. Claire Mitchell presiding. The event will be telecasted live via streaming media at https://livestream.com/EvangelAssembly/events/7735134
.We encourage those in the Dominica/Caribbean community to attend. We are all in this together and will discuss mutual aid as between our US and Caribbean communities – and what w can do to aid relief and recovery
Feature photo courtesy of
An urgent message from Rebuild Dominica, Inc President: Gabriel Christian
“Rebuild Dominica has been in touch with Trinidad & Tobago Ambassador Anthony Phillip Spencer this morning and former Air Guard Commander Tyrone Rodolfo…assets from the T&T Air Guard and Coast Guard are being readied to journey to Dominica ..weather permitting today,. Our allies are responding. The quality of our civil defense is wanting. Trust that we can unite to properly tend to business. Unity of purpose is key. This cannot be a repeat of Erika and the old system of divide and rule. The heavens have spoken and humbled the vanity of man..
We pray that life and limb have been spared on Dominica.
Emergency meeting of Rebuild Dominica at Evangel Assembly church at Camp Springs, MD at 7pm Tuesday 19th September. Our community, local allies, the diplomatic corps and Caribbean Disaster Relief and Recovery Alliance invited.
God guide us with wisdom, unity, faith , grace and an indomitable spirit as we aid our beloved homeland at this time.
May we brace ourselves to our duty!
According to CNN, Hurricane Maria has pounded Dominica with “widespread devastation” as it barrels toward St. Croix and threatens catastrophic damage to Puerto Rico.
Hurling winds of 160 mph (257 kph), Maria shredded the Dominica Prime Minister’s house overnight and left much of the island — population 73,000 — in ruins. “Initial reports are of widespread devastation,” Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit posted on Facebook early Tuesday. “So far we have lost all what money can buy and replace. My greatest fear for the morning is … news of serious physical injury and possible deaths as a result of likely landslides triggered by persistent rains.”
A few hours earlier, the Prime Minister posted, “My roof is gone. I am at the complete mercy of the hurricane. House is flooding.”
Read More:Featured image courtesy of CNN.