Recently the news has come on the internet that a very well respected Managing Director Odette Campbell has passed away.
She was a Grenada Broadcasting Network’s (GBN) Managing Director who is no longer among her close ones and she took her last breath on Monday night.
Her passing news left many people in shock and pain as no one thought that she would lose her life like this. Her close ones have been mourning her death. Now many people are searching for Odette Campbell’s name on the internet as they are very curious to know about the news.
Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.
Odette Campbell was a very famous Managing Director who worked for the Grenada Broadcasting Network. She worked closely with PMA for several years to support public media standards throughout the world. She was a long-time media manager. She had over 30 years of expertise in media presentation and journalism, which she drew on in her job as Managing Director.
She was an experienced media trainer who served as a Consultant to the protection organisation Sustainable Grenadines Inc. and an adjunct lecturer.
The GBN Managing Director is no longer among her close ones and she took her last breath on 1 May 2023.
Since her passing news has come on the internet and many people are broken by her death and now they are very curious to know about the cause of death. On the basis of the report, there is no information about cause of death as it has not been disclosed yet by her family and friends.
Odette Campbell was a very amazing person who completed her education in international journalism at Sussex University, marketing at St. George’s University, and business law, labour law and supervisory management at the University of the West Indies.
She achieved huge success due to her best work and she will always be missed by her close ones.
Many people are expressing their deep condolences to her family and paying tribute to her on social media platforms.
The GBN Managing Director will be laid to rest on May 17 following a funeral service at 11.00 a.m. at the Gateway Assembly church at Calliste in the south of the island.