Bahamian MERP employee, Alyvonnetta Levarity with her PRIDE award Photo: The Bahamas Weekly
Freeport, Bahamas – Alyvonnetta Levarity,
human resources administrator at the Medical Education Review Program
(MERP), recently received the organization’s prestigious PRIDE award.
Bahamian Alyvonnetta Levarity began
her employment in 2008 and has played an instrumental role in hiring
quality employees who continue to serve MERP students today.
skills, persistence and loyalty to MERP have been critical to our operation,”
said Anne Bergen-Taylor, regional
human resources director. “Her
dedication to doing a great job is apparent in any task she undertakes
and we are privileged to have her on our staff.”
“I am earnestly grateful for the recognition I have received for my
work,” said Ms. Levarity. “This award could not have been achieved
without the inspiration I have received from my leaders and my colleagues,
for whom I have deep respect, and from whom I have derived the strength
to challenge myself and perform better at each stage of my career.”
The PRIDE (Professional Recognition of Integrity, Dedication and
Excellence), is awarded to those who are high performers. Recipients of
exemplify the very best in personal integrity and commitment.