Campbells is pleased to announce that Jae Hodge and Kadecia Harry have been awarded our British Virgin Islands undergraduate scholarships for 2022.
“I am honoured to receive the Campbells scholarship. Additionally, I would like to express my gratitude to Campbells for their generosity in awarding me the chance to finish my education so that I may be a greater asset to my community,” said Jae Hodge, who is entering her third year at Loyola Marymount University, majoring in Political Science. Following her undergraduate degree, Jae hopes to continue her education by attending law school. Her professors describe her as intelligent and driven with a strong work ethic.
Kadecia Harry is a second year student at the University of London where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Laws (LLB). She previously completed an Associates Degree in Science and Certificates of Achievement in Business Administration and Supervisory Management. Kadecia also holds professional certifications in anti-money laundering, governance, risk, compliance and company law and has been a member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists since 2017. “I appreciate Campbells’ support for this phase of my academic career and commend the Firm for its continued philanthropic aid to the youths of the BVI. Thank you for realising my potential, buying into my vision, and assisting in converting my aspiration into reality. Your organisation stands out in the BVI,” Kadecia commented.
“Campbells remains committed to supporting the BVI community and continues to provide scholarship opportunities to promising students. Through our very successful scholarship and mentoring programmes we are pleased to support the growth and development of Jae and Kadecia as they continue their studies. We have every confidence in their future success,” said Mark Goodman, Campbells Partner.
L-R: Guy Williamson, Partner; scholarship recipients Jae Hoge and Kadecia Harry; Mark Goodman, Partner.