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Software and Service – Two Touchstones in Sandra Scott’s Local Life

Sandra Scott – software analyst, President of the Jamaican/Canadian Cultural Association of British Columbia, wife, mother and life long learner has always been motivated by her need to learn more. Her thirst for knowledge and independence has led her from achieving a BA from York University in Toronto to a Diploma from BCIT in Information Systems Technology.

In Vancouver she gravitated to healthcare administration and the merging of her skills into work with a software company that develops software for healthcare organizations. From the vantage point of stability in a 10 year career in one position, Scott was able to turn her energies to deal with other opportunities life has brought her.Much of what she does is bound to her strong faith in God, “It assures that I have strength to accomplish anything I put my mind to,” says Scott. Heading up the Jamaican/Canadian Association (JCCABC), along with board members Anthony Cross, Gloria Bailey, Beverly Drayton and Patrick Blake, she hopes her community will also have faith in their collective identity and make an effort to participate.

“If we join hands together we can increase the relevance of our association and take it to the next level,” says Scott. Her aspirations for the non profit organization encompass numerous programs and people interested in showcasing the Jamaican heritage.

We send condolences to the family and friends of Sandra Scott who died suddenly  this month .

Interview November 2008 by The Afro News /Helena Kaufman

We remember our loved one Sandra Scott-Phillips

We remember our loved one Sandra Scott-Phillips

CELEBRATION OF LIFE

The honor of your presence is requested as we remember our loved one Sandra Scott-Phillips. Please join us as we celebrate her life through remembrance, praise and worship.

Service

– When: Friday, August 17, 2012 (11:00 AM PST)

– Where: Surrey Pentecostal Assembly (16870 80th Ave, Surrey BC V4N 5A1)

Internment

– When: Friday, August 17, 2012 (01:00 PM PST)

– Where: Victory Memorial Park (14831-28th Avenue, Surrey BC V4P 1P3)

The Executive and members of The Barbados Cultural Association of BC

Wishes to express their condolences to the Scott and Phillips families on

the passing of Mrs. Sandra Scott-Phillips. She was the Past President of

The Jamaican/Canadian Cultural Association of B.C. Our prayers go out to

their families. Attached is more information of the Funeral Service and viewing etc.

Eric Drayton,

 

 

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2 Responses to “Software and Service – Two Touchstones in Sandra Scott’s Local Life”

  1. We send condolences to the family and friends of Sandra Scott
    TAN

  2. The Executive and members of The Barbados Cultural Association of BC
    Wishes to express their condolences to the Scott and Phillips families on
    the passing of Mrs. Sandra Scott-Phillips. She was the Past President of
    The Jamaican/Canadian Cultural Association of B.C. Our prayers go out to
    their families. Attached is more information of the Funeral Service and viewing etc.
    Eric Drayton,
    President, BCABC

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