Making a difference with Danny Williams

Business moguls and titans came out to support R. Danvers Williams, affectionately called Danny Williams, at his book launch on last Thursday at the Pegasus Hotel. The insurance, business and philanthropy giant chronicled his life in the book titled, I Tried to Make a Difference. Ghost writer Sandy McIntosh worked with Williams to capture his life and times during the critical years of the development of Jamaica’s insurance sector. During the launch, business luminaries and students of Jamaica College came out to support Williams.

Williams founded Life of Jamaica, now Sagicor Life, and has served as chairman of the Sagicor Group, Jamaica Broilers and executive chairman of the Jamaica Anti Doping Commission among other leading roles.

Below are the photo highlights of the launch:

Tourism and media mogul, Gordon “Butch” Stewart (left) congratulates his long-time friend, Williams. (Photo: Chris Lewinson, Caribbean Business Report)

President and Founder of the Professional Sales Representative Association of Jamaica, Duane Lue Fung (left) was on hand to add his congratulations to R. Danny Williams.
(Photo: Chris Lewinson, Caribbean Business Report)

Retired banker, Ryland Campbell (left) came to add his greetings at the book launch.
(Photo: Chris Lewinson, Caribbean Business Report)
Realtor, Wayne Stewart posed for the camera in the night filled with many business persons showing their support for book sales.
(Photo: Chris Lewinson, Caribbean Business Report )

Proceeds of the book will go towards the development of his alma mater, Jamaica College, of which Williams is currently chair of the board of governors.