Mable Richardson has been named the
new principal and chief administrative officer of Triple C School.
Ms Richardson, who is from the
United States, has 15 years’ experience as a principal and six years’
administrative experience in colleges and universities.
She comes from a long history with
Christian schools, particularly in Massachusetts, Georgia, Virginia,
California, and Okinawa, Japan.
“I am delighted to have the
opportunity to join the Triple C family,” said Ms Richardson.
“The opportunity to partner with
parents in the educating of their children is a blessing and an honour.
I have been blessed with the
opportunity to work around the world, as a principal. Each place I’ve travelled
has added immensely to my personhood. I expect no less of Grand Cayman.
“I look forward to learning and
embracing the people, culture, traditions and richness of the island,” she
“I know that my time here in Grand
Cayman will be worthwhile and I am excited about this school year.”
Ms Richardson has a bachelor’s
degree in business administration, a master’s in education, and an educational
specialist in administration and supervision. She also holds an ALL-Level
Principal certification from the Association of Christian Schools International.
As Triple C School continues to
grow and expand, the school board expressed its pleasure with the level and
quality of new staff and administration.
“When recruiting new faculty and
staff, Triple C School aims to bring in the best, and Mable Richardson is a
reflection of that,” said school board chair Vanessa Godfrey-Banks.
“We are very excited to have Ms
Richardson join the Triple C School family and know that she brings with her a
lot of energy, enthusiasm, wisdom and knowledge in her field.”