Who is Ronald Ingleton:
I was born in Kingston, Jamaica to humble parents who taught me the need to love my country and to always be involved in the development and advancement of ideas that would benefit the people of Jamaica.
As a graduate from the St. Andrew Technical High School, I was recruited by the then Alcan Jamaica Limited in the special projects department. I was awarded a scholarship by Alcan to pursue Structural Engineering at CAST (now UTECH). I also furthered my studies in Industrial Relations at UWI.
At Alcan I was elected secretary of the National Workers Union (NWU) local and became chief delegate. I subsequently joined the staff of the NWU where I was appointed Regional Officer with responsibilities for the Bauxite and Tourism Union Workers. I also served as General Secretary of the Caribbean Bauxite Mines and Metal Workers Federation and represented the NWU at conferences in South America, USA, Europe, Canada, Norway, Russia and Cuba to name a few.
In 1982 I migrated to the United States where I worked as an Industrial Relations consultant. I received a doctorate in Homeopathy/ Core Education at the Institute of Transformational Studies and then maintained a practice in New Jersey until I retired.
His vision for the Jamaican Diaspora:
Over the years I have been a go-to-person, spokesperson and presenter at several local and international forums with a strong knowledge and opinion of the issues that affect Jamaicans in the diaspora. I have also attended and supported all the Jamaica Diaspora Movement forums and conferences in Jamaica and the USA since its inception.
Presently I serve as a director of the Board of the Union of Jamaica Alumni Association (UJAA). I believe that the time is now that I step forward and further improve Jamaican’s interest at all levels, and contribute the work that my predecessors have started. I am looking forward to continue serving my country.
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