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This was the kind of Tea Party where the world’s first black Gucci model, Nadine Willis and the Artistic Director of Jamaica’s leading contemporary dance company Dr. L’Antoinette Stines became instant BFFs and traded jokes about the tasty ham sandwiches for which Dr. Stines playfully opted out of. This was the type of Tea Party where Miss World 1976 Cindy Breakspeare and Dorthy Cunningham of Lime Tree Lane shared stories about their time and how proud they felt to be Jamaican.
QORIHC founder Laurell Nurse gave a brief synopsis of the event followed by women talking about their journey to success and their appreciation for the event. There was a heartfelt message by Dahlia Harris who charged us to not be afraid to take a risk in life as we all have something special to offer the world.