Chamber of Commerce adds staff

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce recently added Leanna Jarvis to its staff. Ms. Jarvis began as an administrative assistant and was shortly thereafter promoted to programmes & events assistant. In her new role, she will support the programmes manager in the organisation of programmes and events hosted by the Chamber, and provide administrative assistance for other members of staff.

Ms. Jarvis graduated from the John Gray High School in 2009. She was a prefect, peer counsellor and member of the sports council and the newspaper club. A member of Youth Flex and the Cayman Islands Youth Assembly, she holds a part-time position at Radio Cayman as a news reporter.

“We are pleased to have Ms Jarvis on our team and she has proven to be valuable in her short time with us. We look forward to her continuing contribution to our programmes and events”, said Wil Pineau, Chamber CEO.

“Working at the Chamber so far, I have met a lot of new people and that has been a pleasure as well as a blessing. I enjoy my job and I hope to soar to even greater heights while working here”, Ms Jarvis said.

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce also recently welcomed Tiffany Dixon-Ebanks to its team of professionals. As programmes manager, she will be responsible for the coordination of the Professional Development & Training Centre, the Chamber’s Discount Card Programme, Leadership Cayman, Mentoring Cayman, Business Expo, Careers Expo and the Charity Golf Tournament. In addition she will be overseeing events such as Business After Hours and the Earth Day Roadside Clean-up.

Ms Ebanks has close to 15 years experience in the marketing & market research industries. She holds a BS Honours in management studies from the University of the West Indies at Mona, and is currently pursuing a masters in business administration from the University of Leicester in the UK. She also attained Professional Researcher Certification (PRC) with the Marketing Research Association.

“I am delighted that Tiffany has joined the Chamber staff and I’m sure she will prove to be valuable addition to our organisation,” Mr. Pineau said.

Ms Dixon-Ebanks is happy to join the chamber and looks forward to making an impact.

“Having personally experienced the quality of the Chamber’s courses, I am particularly keen on marketing in this regard. I am honoured to join the Chamber as programmes manager and look forward to working with the staff and membership to ensure the continued success of its programmes.”

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