Marva Christian

Marva Christian is a graduate of Mico College (now The Mico University College), and co-founder and director of Cari-Med Group Limited. A committed educator, Mrs. Christian has taught at all levels of the Jamaican public school system. She taught for a year (1967-68), at Frankfield Primary in Clarendon, before moving on to Clarendon College where she taught for two years.   She also taught from 1971 to 1979 at the Spanish Town Secondary High School.

She successfully transitioned into the pharmaceutical industry in the 1980s, operating a retail pharmacy along with her husband, Glen, prior to joining Cari-Med in 1987 in the capacity of Credit Manager.  She served in that position until 2004 when she assumed the role of Director of Credit. Her astute business skills have contributed to the Group’s strong financial standing.

Marva is a director of the Open Arms Development Centre, and the Wortley Home for Girls, where she has assisted several young ladies with job placement and accessing higher studies. She also serves on the Board of the Evelyn Mitchell Infant School/Centre of Excellence.