November 26, 2020

Chamber introduces 2012 Leadership Cayman class

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Leadership Cayman (LC), in its third year, has welcomed 25 new participants for its 2012 programme.  A traditional Orientation Dinner was held at Grand Old House on December 7, 2011 to welcome each candidate. Candidates were selected for this extraordinary programme based on their existing roles in the community, business and professional involvement, skills and assets, along with their passion for knowledge.

Simon Garnett, Chairman of the LC Planning Committee said, “I am delighted to be working with such a diverse and interesting group of business professionals on what I know will be an informative, dynamic, and above all, rewarding six month journey for them.”

The successful candidates for 2012 are: Susie Bodden Cayman Islands Government, Reisan Moiten Harney, Westwood & Reigels, Nadia Hardie Sunshine Suites Resort, Lauren Langlois Ernst & Young, Andrea Bothwell CIBC First Caribbean Bank, Kimberly Arch Cayman Airways Ltd., Annette Stephenson Cayman Hearing Center, Katie O’Neill Bodden Holdings, Lynne Byles Tower Marketing, Teritia Peart Cayman Free Press, Pam Abbott SteppingStones Recruitment Ltd., Jenni Huys Dart Management Services Ltd., Stacey Ottenbreit Dart Enterprises Ltd., Cindy Downing Active Capital Ltd., Nancy Kirkaldy-Barnard Mourrant Ozannes, Gwen Pineau Rawlinson & Hunter Ltd., Odette Samson Deloitte., Malcolm Ellis Delphi Ltd., Garnet Harrison Office of the Auditor General, Richard Scrivens Fidelity Insurance, David Bailey Royal Bank of Canada, Malcolm Tibbetts Cayman National Bank, Faramarz Romer Greenlight Re, Jeffrey Wight Dart Realty, Johann Moxam Merrill Lynch Bank & Trust Co. (Cayman) Ltd.

The group will next meet at its Opening Retreat on January 20-21, 2012 at The Reef Resort in East End. The Retreat is designed to introduce participants to the philosophy behind the programme which has been developed to enhance leadership skills and allow graduates to assume more effective roles in meeting community needs.

Leadership Cayman is designed to be a dynamic, intensive, and interactive six-month experience that will leave participants with a deeper understanding of social, economic, business and political issues as well as assist them in realising their own potential and leadership skills. Class members interact with diverse, high-level community leaders and decision makers by organising and attending a series of seminars and retreats in areas ranging from business, government, education, media, social services, criminal justice, diversity, the arts and more. A trip to the Sister Islands also introduces the group to some of the unique issues facing Cayman Brac and Little Cayman as our smaller and less developed communities.

The programme could not survive without committed sponsors and the Chamber of Commerce acknowledges Cayman National Bank, Appleby, Deloitte, Bodden Holdings, Cox Lumber Co., and Cayman Luxury Charters for pledging their support for 2012.

Persons or organisations interested in becoming a sponsor for the Leadership Cayman programme may contact [email protected]

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