The Leadership Cayman Class for 2017 are set to meet for the first time tomorrow evening at The Wharf for an Orientation Dinner.
The Chamber received an extensive number of applicants for its flagship programme, and a selection panel eventually selected 30 individuals who they felt would make excellent additions to the newest class.
Launched in 2009, the Leadeship Cayman programme is a six-month intensive course that enables class members to develop new skills, as well as contributing to the wider community in a positive manner. The class will meet for a series of lectures throughout the course of 2017, all of which are facilitated by expert guest speakers. The topics of some of these lectures include: the media in the community, infrastructure & the environment, and the Cayman Islands Government. The class will also participate in a life & community enriching project.
Applicants looking to join the programme must be in at least a middle management position at their place of work, must have lived in the Cayman Islands for a minimum of 12 months, and must be at least 30 years of age by January 1st of the programme year.
If you and your business would be interested in sponsoring any of the seminars during the 2017 programme, please contact Nicola Burke at email@example.com, or on 743-9129.
We would like to congratulate all of the 2017 class members for successfully making it onto the programme, and the class members are as follows:
Anya Edun, Active Capital Ltd.
Brendan Barry, Greenlight Reinsurance Ltd.
Catherine Healy, Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Ltd.
Melanie Ebanks-Jackson, Self-employed entrepreneur
Darren Jacotine, CUC Ltd.
David Watt, KPMG
Exie Tomlinson-Panton, Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands
Gemma Tighe, CML Offshore Recruitment
Gianna Bryan, Cayman National Corporation
Janette Goodman, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
Jonathan Roney, Elian
Jyoti Choi, Delta Group Ltd.
Kara Coe, Cayman Islands Government
Keith Jernigan, The Security Centre
Michael Treacy, Bould Consulting
Nathan Smith, 60 Degrees Group SEZC, Ltd.
Nicholas McLean, Ministry of Education, Employment & Gender Affairs
Omari Corbin, RBC Royal Bank (Cayman) Ltd.
Osbert Francis, Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands
Rachael Gaunt, Department of Education
Rosie Dunsford, Stepping Stones
Roz Griffiths, Chatterbox Ltd.
Sasha Rochester, Office of the Auditor General Cayman Islands