SIGNIS-Argentina participated in a new session of the Advisory Council on Audiovisual Communication and Children
In 2018, SIGNIS ALC will stimulate the participation of Catholic communicators in South and Central America and work with young people
International slate, led by US communication expert Helen Osman, elected as officers of SIGNIS
Barbados, September 12th, 2017 (SIGNIS-ALC) . In a fraternal atmosphere, the delegates of the diocesan communication entities of the Antilles, together with the organizations and media that integrate SIGNIS- Caribbean, elected their new directors for the period 2017-2020.
The communicator Lucille Nathu was elected president, while Lisa Bhajan, Director of Trinity TV, was chosen as vice president; as secretary, the communicator Shelly Ann Hee Chung and as Treasurer, Faroz Abdoelrazak.
The new directors committed themselves to take the necessary actions to respond to the challenges proposed in the Pastoral Letter of Communication and the Joint Communication Plan, with the participation of the various communication entities articulated in the Episcopal Conference of the Antilles.
The election process was followed by Archbishop Jason Gordon, who decided not to integrate any role in the board, but who pledged to continue to accompany the new directors from his position of archbishop.
The representatives of SIGNIS-ALC, Carlos Ferraro, María José Centurión and Sonia Navas, respectively President, Vice-President and Executive Secretary, congratulated the new managers and wished them many successes in their functions.