Dr. Henry is a Professor at the School of Accounting at the Florida International University in Miami. Dr. Henry polled a total of 2,674 votes in the recent international elections. Story Highlights Jamaican-born professor, Dr. Kenneth Henry, has been re-elected to the Council of the Association of Certified and Chartered Accountants (ACCA). Jamaican-born professor, Dr. Kenneth Henry, has been re-elected to the Council of the Association of Certified and Chartered Accountants (ACCA) with the highest number of votes, and is ranked number one on the list of 13 elected Council members.Dr. Henry polled a total of 2,674 votes in the recent international elections and will serve on the ACCA for another three years.The Professor, who was in London for the meeting of the ACCA, called on the Jamaican High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Her Excellency Aloun N’dombet-Assamba.He told the High Commissioner that he felt honoured by the confidence placed in him by members of the Association. He said that he was proud to be an ambassador for Jamaica, and to be showing that the island not only produced outstanding athletes and musicians, but also accomplished academics.Of the five elected Council members in Professor Henry’s original group from 2010, four were also re-elected. The four represent USA, Romania, South Africa and the UK.One of his primary roles on Council is a member ambassador. He continues to be the only Council member representing the USA, and he also represents Jamaica and the Caribbean.Dr. Henry is a Professor at the School of Accounting at the Florida International University in Miami.
Paul Scholes hopes to see Manchester United inflict further misery on Chelsea in Monday’s FA Cup clash.The Red Devils suffered their first defeat under interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Tuesday at Old Trafford to Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe’s second-half goals have left United at a big disadvantage for the return leg at Paris on March 6.For now, however, the Red Devils’ focus will be on this Monday at Stamford Bridge in a fifth-round tie with Chelsea in the FA Cup.After suffering his first setback as United coach, Solskjaer will be looking for a response from his players as he chases a third FA Cup title and his first as a manager.But Chelsea are also looking to bounce back from their own struggles following heavy defeats to Manchester City and Bournemouth across their last four matches.Therefore, Scholes is wary of the Blues threat heading into Monday night’s encounter.“Ole will want to win something as manager of United,” Scholes told the Daily Mail.“The FA Cup, after the result against PSG, could be the only thing they could win.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“Chelsea look in trouble at the minute. Will they bounce back themselves? Ole will have to deal with that.“They’ll be disappointed. Chelsea will be looking for a big recovery. From what you read it doesn’t look like a happy camp at the minute so hopefully United can take advantage of that.”The former midfielder also added that he has no “issues” over United making Solskjaer the permanent manager at the end of the season.Scholes added: “I’d have no issues whatsoever [with Solskjaer getting the job].“I know people will start to question because now because he’s lost a game but that was PSG.“That could happen to the most experienced manager in the world because PSG are a top team.“I think for what he’s done so far he definitely deserves a chance.“I always knew there was talent in that squad. I think everyone did. Ole has come in with a smile on his face, put his arm around the players – there so much talent in that team. He’s given them freedom and you’ve seen the results.”The Chelsea and United FA Cup match will begin at 8:30 PM (CET).