With a Finance degree, Cristina’s career has focused on building “founder led“ companies to achieve significant growth in the retail industry. Recently, Head of Direct to Consumer for Kipling /North America, she previously held operational SVP positions at The Children’s Place, The Gap and Aerosoles.
Dr. Bojana Jankovic Weatherly is a board certified internal medicine physician, she completed her fellowship in integrative medicine and is trained in functional medicine, nutrition and mindfulness.
Mrs. Ross joined the Tryall Fund Board in 2009. She has been involved in our donor outreach program and has been supporting the Annual Fundraising Event
Liz Crane joined the Board in 2023 after numerous years volunteering on the scholarship initiative. Her background in education, languages and the classroom give her insight into student abilities , curriculum and requirements. Currently a co- leader of the Fund Scholarship efforts, Liz was instrumental in the initial reformatting of TF student applications for on line use three years ago. Born in the UK, she and her husband immigrated to Canada and then the US where they share residence between Maine and Florida. Homeowners at Tryall since 2007 , they were drawn to Jamaica over 30 years ago.
As a new member of the Fund board in 2023, Andrew has spent the bulk of his 35 year career in private equity beginning in NYC. He returned to his home area of Chicago to continue in the field and is currently partner in Altair Investments , Inc. In the volunteer sector , he is vice Chairman of Wellness House, a cancer support center, past Board Chair at Fourth Presbyterian Church, past member of their Project Second Century Committee and active on their investment committee. A graduate of Westminster School in CT, he served on their Board of Directors and Alumni Association. He began participation on the Fund scholarship initiative two years ago and enthusiastically continues. Andrew and his wife fell in love with the warmth of the Jamaican culture and people over a decade ago.
Susan Stone joined the Tryall Fund Board in 2023 and looks forward to assisting young Jamaicans follow their educational dreams. A California resident since college days at Stanford and University of San Diego Law School, she remains an active advisor to the Stanford Admission and Athletic Departments. As founder of an Information Technology company in 1985, with focus on government project support, she has been recognized as a leader in her field. Susan, her three daughters and husband travel frequently to Jamaica and their family home at Tryall. Her long standing commitment to the people of Jamaica makes supporting the Tryall Fund a priority.