A medical team led by Dr. Stephen Dunn from Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Delaware joined doctors at Bustamante Hospital for Children in Jamaica to perform the first-ever liver transplant on the island. The patient was 13-month-old Zaiden, from Montego Bay. Zaiden suffers from a condition in which the bile ducts in the liver are blocked. Zaiden's father, Jermaine Clarke, was his donor.
Oliver Mair, former Sales and Marketing Manager at Jamaica Broilers, is Jamaica’s new Consul General to Miami, which oversees consular affairs for 13 US States in the South, as well as Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. He replaces Franz Hall who is currently the Director of Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade in Kingston.
Mair graduated from Campion College and has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. He also holds a BA in English Literature with a minor in Management Studies from the University of the West Indies.
Mair is a former Air Jamaica regional marketing manager, a former sales and marketing manager at Jamaica Broilers and a realtor at Coldwell Banker Jamaica Limited.