Breakfast Club still pressing on despite challenges
DESPITE SIX RESIGNATIONS over four months, including the last elected president, the dismissal of the administrative assistant on April 8, and the second vice-president walking out from the monthly board meeting last Tuesday, the current leader of the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) insists there is no crisis facing the organisation.
Tamita Griffith’s stance comes against allegations from a YWCA official that the Breakfast Club programme so dominated the association’s work that it was killing the concept behind the YWCA to empower young women through various self-help courses.
The source said a flare-up over the programme, along with other concerns, led elected president Tamara Brathwaite and two others to quit the board last January.
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