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MANDEVILLE

CLARENDON

CENTRAL KINGSOTN

ST. CATHERINE

CONRAD GUTHRIE

Founder | Snr. Community Research Facilitator

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EMPLOYMENT:

Marketing Manger: May 2015 - March 2016
Zip Technologies - Kingston

Marketing Consultant: April 2016 - Present
Business Marketing Solutions - Kingston

ORIGIN:
Born in Hanover, Jamaica 1984. Conrad Guthrie is a philanthropic entrepreneur and a proud member of Junior Chamber International – JCI (A worldwide federation of young leaders and entrepreneurs www.jci.cc).

His sharpened skills and knowledge gave him the ability to make a positive impact on society. Very humble and enjoys motivating other young people.


BACKGROUND:
He is from from a small family of humble background. Got involved in community service as early as 9 years old. Started working at age 14, having not been able to continue high school due to lack of financial resources. Lived at more than 4 homes as a result of promises made to go back to school. Moved to Kingston in 2000. Started his first business in 2006.


PRESENTLY:
Today, his enthusiasm continues as he reaches out to communities across Jamaica to motivate and empower other young people. He is now at another chapter of his life as he is happily married and will be expecting a son in a few months.

2003 – Present: Theocratic Ministry School, Kingston (Jehovah’s Witnesses)

Bible Student, Public Speaker, Religious Pioneer. Provided below are completed assignment. READ MORE...

  • Proper use of Microphone
  • Proper use of Punctuation Signs
  • Effective use of Research Materials
  • Accurate Reading
  • Principal Ideas Emphasised
  • Good Personal Appearance
  • Fluent Delivery
  • Words Clearly Spoken
  • Interest Shown in other Persons

2007 – Present: Junior Chamber International – (JCI) Kingston

Public Speaking, Leadership/Entrepreneurship, Secretarial Duties, Business Planning- Implementation and Development READ MORE...

  • Certificate of Participation: Ethics & Leadership
  • Certificate of Participation: Parliamentary Procedures & JCI Constitution
  • Certificate of Appreciation: JCI History & Structure Course
  • Certificate of Participation: Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Certificate of Completion: JCI Adult Trainer:
  • Certificate of Participation: JCI Presenter
  • Certificate of Participation: Impromptu Speech
  • Certificate of Appreciation: Conducted a one day Customer Service Training Session: JCI Jamaica State Meeting held in Ocho Rios2007
  • Trophies: Innovative & Creative Work 2009 / Entrepreneur of the First Quarter 2010
  • Principal Ideas Emphasised
  • Good Personal Appearance
  • Fluent Delivery
  • Words Clearly Spoken
  • Interest Shown in other Persons

2013 – Present: Climate Chance Action Trainer

Jamaica Rural Economy and Ecosystems Adapting to Climate Change Project - Ja.R.E.E.A.C.H. READ MORE...

  • Award for Outstanding Leadership: 2015

Personal Achievements

Book 1: Seven Steps to a Successful Sale (Completed)

After five (5) years, in 2011 I was able to complete my first publication that is a simple, easy to read the Employee Handbook for persons in sales and marketing and for those venturing in the field of customer communications. This book focuses on a set of strategies that can establish, maintain, and conclude an effective sales conversation. This book provides a frame and does not in any way whatsoever introduces traditional scripts, philosophy, or gestures. Most information provided is inspired by my life experience.

Book 2: The Talking Mango Tree (Completed)

After five (5) years, in 2011 I was able to complete my first publication that is a simple, easy to read the Employee Handbook for persons in sales and marketing and for those venturing in the field of customer communications. This book This is specifically written for children who are of ages 5yrs to 12 years, however, older kids and adults too may benefit from reading. The book describes a story of an old farmer who takes care of his mostly loved and only grand daughter (Betty Little), along with a dog (Rambo) and a few goats. Tragedy struct when Betty Little ended up in hospital and some of the goats died. Upon hearing heartbreaking information from the doctor about Betty Little, Farmer John took matters into his hand and started cutting down a mango tree which he assumed was the cause. To his surprise, the tree began talking to him about misunderstanding and making wrong conclusions during frustration. In all of this what happened to Betty? What was the tree saying? How did the goats died?

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