The episode focuses on how to strengthen links with the Jamaican Diaspora. Our podcast guest today author of the book, The Jamaican Diaspora: Building an Operational Framework.
He is Delano Franklyn, former Minister of Government in Jamaica, a practicing Attorney-at-Law, a businessman, and author of nine books including The Jamaican Diaspora: Building an Operational Framework.
In this interview he tells us more about his book, The Jamaican Diaspora: Building an Operational Framework.
In addition to this interview, Ruth updates us on her latest Authorpreneurship Venture- The Pen It to Win It audiobook, print and ebook, launched on May 9, 2021 and the Triple Treasure bulk buy options.
Ruth is selling her audiobook direct in a boxset comprising the audio, print and ebook along with some bonus materials and rewards.
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Susan Muir, Lecturer at the University of Technology, Jamaica
Patricia Fletcher, author of the book, “Hezekiah.” Pat is part of the Jamaican Diaspora in Canada.
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The Jamaican Diaspora: Building an Operational Framework
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Nuggets from Episode 2
STRENGTHENING TIES WITH THE JAMAICAN DIASPORA
-The history of the Jamaican Diaspora
-The origins of the Jamaican Diaspora Conferences and Jamaica Diaspora Day
-How Delano Franklyn is leveraging his book
-The importance of the Jamaican Diaspora and its contribution to the Jamaica society
-How to facilitate mutually beneficial partnerships with Diasporic communities;
-How you can use the book
-The concerns of the members of the Jamaican Diaspora regarding their homeland and the challenges that hinder meaningful engagement.
More About Delano Franklyn
He is a former advisor to two Prime Ministers of Jamaica. As Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade from 2002-2007, he had responsibility for the Jamaican Diaspora, and spearheaded several initiatives to strengthen Jamaica’s ties with the Jamaican Diaspora.
These include: The biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference; the Diaspora Advisory Board; the Diaspora Foundation; The Jamaica Diaspora Institute and the Jamaica Diaspora Day which is celebrated on June 16theach year. He is passionate about the Jamaican Diaspora, an avid sportsman, a die-hard Kingston College Old Boy and an active member of the Peoples National Party (PNP).
Delano Franklyn is also a Justice of the Peace and a Notary Public.