Civil servants get FACE

Five civil servants recently received Five Star Awards for Excellence from Governor Stuart Jack at the second FACE Awards Government House ceremony.

The recipients were: Government Information Services Information Officer Cornelia Oliver, Department of Immigration Temporary Work Permits Manager Cleo Ebanks, Department of Environmental Health Laboratory Manager Antoinette Johnson, Licensing Department Supervisor Mary Rankine, and Immigration Department Clerical Officer Natasha Rivers.

Mr. Jack said that the awardees represent the civil service at its best.

‘Cayman is blessed with people who are willing to go the extra mile,’ Mr. Jack said.

‘Our winners understand that when a member of the public calls or walks into our offices they do not care about the title an officer holds; he or she wants a response that is prompt, polite and which will make a difference.’

Although there were only five winners, Portfolio of the Civil Service Chief Officer Mary Rodrigues said that all 64 nominees were winners by virtue of having received the highest of accolades from clients and colleagues.

For further information and full biographies of the winners visit the Face website at