The director of the National Workforce Development Agency, Brian Holland, has left his position early, the Ministry of Education announced in a press release Tuesday.
Mr. Holland, who began working for the NWDA in September 2014, “vacated his post early due to personal reasons,” according to the press release. He left the job at the end of June.
“On behalf of the Ministry and the NWDA, I would like to thank Mr. Holland for the contributions he made during his time at the NWDA and I wish him success in his future endeavors,” said Chief Officer for Employment Christen Suckoo.
According to the release, the ministry will begin recruiting for a new NWDA director soon. The agency’s employment services manager, Lois Kellyman, will be the acting director until the ministry fills the post.
Mr. Holland was the first director for the NWDA. The agency, tasked with preparing Caymanians for the workforce and helping them find jobs, initially operated for two years without a director.