ICCI graduates 41

Despite the upheaval of Ivan one year ago, 41 graduates from the International College Cayman Island made the grade on Sunday.

‘You persevered, stuck to the task and applied yourselves with diligence,’ said Tourism Minister Charles Clifford in his address.

Despite the school being severely damaged from the storm, Mr. Clifford said the achievements of the faculty and graduates were laudable.

‘Make education work for you. Subscribe to the belief that you are never too busy, never too important and never too old to learn. Remember that more opportunities to learn lie ahead of you. Make meaningful choices and reap rich benefits,’ he said.

On behalf of the 2005 graduation class, scholastic achiever Kenisha Morgan said she extended her deepest gratitude to President Elsa Cummings and her late husband Mr. Cummings, for their foresight, vision and determination in forming ICCI and making it a better alternative for young Caymanian going overseas.

• Royal Bank of Canada annual Scholastic Achievement Award: Kera Smith.

• Deloitte & Touche Human Capital Advisory Services Department Award: Stacy Rebekah Joseph.

• James M. Bodden Memorial Award for Exemplifying the Spirit of Volunteerism: Priscilla Capris Powery.

• Cayman Airways Scholastic Achievement Award: Kenisha N. Morgan.

• Community Service Award: Isidora Eden.

Associate of Science degrees: Ica Michell Eden (Business: Information Systems Management); Duane Rene Jefries (Business: Finance); Donya Nikeisha Miller (Business: Accounting); Jacqueline Michelle Munroe (Business); Kriste Jodi Rankin (Business); Sophia Rachel Skale (Business Accounting); Kera Ellen Smith (Business Hotel & Tourism Management) and Dione Jade Thompson (Business: Finance).

Bachelor of Science degrees: Tony L. James (Business Administration) Mark Anthony Connolly (Business Administration: International Finance); Elvis A. Coward (Business Administration: Finance); Joseph F. Ebanks (Business Administration: International Finance); Samit Ghosh (Business Administration: International Finance); Claudia GlaweHaberland (Business Administration: International Finance); Lydia Jackman (Liberal Studies: Interdisciplinary Arts Science Concentration for Teachers of Elementary Education); Janet Ann-Marie James (Business Administration: International Finance); Mindy Lynn Kimball (Business Administration); Antoinette Maxine Mellaneo (Business Administration: International Finance); Julio Cesar Ramos (Business Administration: Accounting); Karen Richford (Liberal studies: Interdisciplinary Arts Science Concentration in Education and Sociology); Natasha Solomon (Business Administration); Camille P. Stewart (Liberal Studies: Interdisciplinary Arts Science Concentration for Teachers of Elementary Education); Seberiah Suarez (Business Administration: Accounting); Rachel Marilin Sumaroo (Liberal Studies: Interdisciplinary Arts Science Concentration for Teachers of Elementary Education); Ava Adonica M. Thomas (Business Administration: Accounting): Tasha Marie Walfall (Business Administration: International Finance); Shareen Lenita Whittaker (Liberal Studies: Interdisciplinary Arts Science Concentration for Teachers of Elementary Education); Sharon Wilson (Liberal Studies: Elementary Education); Talia N. Woods (Business: Administration).

Master of Business Administration degrees: Udo Baumgartner, Stacey Rebekah Joseph, Kenisha N. Morgan, Lorraine Annette Perkins, Katherine Martha Tathum, and Damion Wycliffe Thomas.

Master of Science degrees: Chrissie Ann Harford, Verna Jacqueline Hunte, Stacey Rebekah Joseph, Joyce Janice Martinez, Priscilla Capris Powery and Elizabeth Angeni.

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