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March 8th, 2020
Zonta honours female STEM teachers in VI

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- A number of teachers from three senior schools on Tortola are the first Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM ) subjects teachers in the Territory to be honoured by Zonta as females in male dominated industries.

October 7th, 2015
ZONTA welcomes 4 prominent personalities into its membership

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The ZONTA sisterhood of the Virgin Islands, ZONTA Club of Tortola, has gained further strength as it continues to work towards its set goals and objectives of improving the quality of life of each other and the community.

March 18th, 2015
'We used to be the friendliest people in the world'- VI First Lady

PASEA, Tortola, VI – First Lady Mrs Lorna G. Smith OBE, MA, TEP has offered to work with the ZONTA Club of Tortola to help repair the social fabric of the Virgin Islands community, which she said is in tatters.

February 13th, 2015
ZONTA targets men in fight against violence on Women & Girls

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – When ZONTA made the conscious decision that they were going to collaborate with Follow The Movement (FTM) in being a key partner for the recently held ‘Show Love’ seminar, they had a basic objective; to reach out to the male folk who are more often than not the perpetrators of violence of all forms against women and children.

February 6th, 2015
Abused men need protecting too- Anthea L. Smith

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Attorney at Law Ms Anthea L. Smith says it is a wise move to tackle the topic of Domestic Violence from all levels especially since there is no known targeting of young men who may be victims of such abuse.

February 4th, 2015
RED ALERT: VI young men in crisis

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – “Statistics in the age group ranging from 15-30 years recently revealed that 45% of our young men have been incarcerated, 25% are currently booked for court appearances and the remaining 30% are of good standing and have productively stayed out of trouble,” said Mr Craig A. Lake.

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