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Lieut. Colonel Verona Haughton
Lieut. Colonel Verona Haughton Training Principal of the Salvation Army Caribbean Territory College for Officers Training and Secretary for Leader Development in the Caribbean. Prior to this, the Colonel served with her husband as, Divisional Leaders of Eastern Jamaica Division with specific responsibility as the Divisional Director of Women's Ministries. Other appointments include Director of Special Services at the Training College, Divisional Leaders for Western Jamaica Division, Corps Officer of the Montego Bay Temple Corps, appointments in Trinidad, and Guyana. Along with her husband she has conducted evangelistic campaign meetings, youth conventions, marriage enrichment seminars and local leadership training in Jamaica, Barbados, Bahamas, St. Kitts and Washington DC.
Verona has gained certificates in Supervisory Management and Public Speaking from Training and Development Services in Human Resource Management. Verona is also a recipient of a certificate of distinction in Cake Baking and Decoration and Advance Drug Counselling. Verona's unassuming yet assertive disposition has earned her the title, "Miss Vee." In 2003 the Colonel Haughton obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Guidance and Counselling from the Institute of Theological Leadership Development (ITLD) In 2011 the Colonel graduated from the International University of the Caribbean in association with St. Stephens College of Canada with a Master of Arts Degree in Pastoral Psychology and Counselling.
Personnel Officer & I.T Coordinator
Major Winston Evelyn
Major Winston Evelyn was born in Barbados and educated at Wesley Hall Junior and Louis Lynch Secondary Schools and the Barbados O'Level Institute. He went into training in 1994 as a member of the Messenger of Truth Session and was ordained and Commissioned in 1996. He attended seminars in Aids awareness, premarital counseling and Family planning. He is presently pursing a degree in theology at the International University of the Caribbean.
Appointments: He served three years in Tobago Scarborough Corps and the Argyle outpost. My wife Captain Sherma Evelyn joined me in my second year and together we served until we were transferred to Jamaica to the Spanish Town and Linstead Corps.
Following this Major Evelyn had the privilege of serving in Barbados as Chaplain for the Lancaster House for Fire & Flood Victims, Corps Officer of the Bridgetown Central Corps and General Arnold Brown Youth Centre. While there he served on the Barbados Prison board, Barbados Disaster and Emergency Management Agency and the Barbados Christian Council as an executive member. First appointed to the training College as the Field Training Officer and in 2010 a change of appointment followed the Major currently serves as the Personal Officer and the IT Coordinator.
Major Evelyn hobbies are writing short plays, cooking, and information technology and engaging in wholesome theological discourse.
Field Training Officer
Home Officer & Assistant Finance Officer
Music Director & Training Officer