The Business & Professional Women’s Club of Grand Cayman has introduced four new members to its organisation.
Mrs. Diane Ricketts officially joined BPW Grand Cayman in February 2008 after having worked with the club for several months. She is employed by Fosters Food Fair-IGA and holds the position of assistant store manager for the Strand location.
She is mother to a six-year-old son and has been married for the past 11 years. Mrs. Ricketts says she is thrilled to be a part of BPW Grand Cayman and is looking forward to working with all the members to achieve the Club’s goals.
Mrs. Dawn McLean-Sawney has worked for the Cayman Islands Government for almost six years, and holds the position of chief human resources officer for the Ministry of Tourism, Environment, Investment and Commerce. Mrs. McLean-Sawney has a Masters Degree in International Business Management with a minor in legal affairs and has over 15 years experience in human resources, both on an operational and strategic level in the private and public sector. She is also involved in other organisations such as The Orchid of Cayman, Red Cross, Big Brother/Big Sisters based in Florida, Cayman Islands Society of HR Professionals, Miss Cayman Islands Committee and Tourism Apprenticeship Council.
Mrs. Jennifer Collins, has been an active participant within BPW Grand Cayman over the past few months, resulting in her official membership with BPW Grand Cayman in January. Mrs. Collins works with UBS Fund Services (Cayman) Ltd. as head of business development and client relationships, enjoys life with her husband and two-year-old daughter Emma, and is expecting her second child. She is eager to share in the club’s undertakings, and excitedly anticipates an activity filled year as the new treasurer for the 2008-2009 period.
Mrs. Tulsi Bodden works with Coldwell Banker Cayman Islands Realty as a real estate sales representative. She has studied art and design, enjoys Jiu-Jitsu martial arts, diving and horseback riding. She and her husband enjoy time spent with their three-year-old son, D’hani. Mrs. Bodden officially joined BPW in September and says that her main reason for becoming a member was to find a way to positively impact people; especially children.
Mrs. Annie Multon, president of BPW Grand Cayman, said, “We greatly look forward to working with these vibrant and enthusiastic individuals whose valuable attributes are welcomed additions to the Club.”
For meeting dates and prospective membership information about BPW Grand Cayman, please email [email protected].