Former Miss Cayman Islands, attorney Theresa Lewis Pitcairn, kicked off a series of lectures at the Cayman Islands National Museum this week with a discussion on a “Purposeful life beyond the crown.”
Ms. Lewis Pitcairn’s presentation was the first in the museum’s “Speaker Series.”
She spoke to an audience of about 20 about her experiences of growing up in Cayman in the 1960s, entering the Miss Cayman pageant, her international travel, becoming an attorney, and the diversity in the Cayman Islands.
Museum staff said their mission is to ensure that future generations have the opportunity to experience the territory’s natural and cultural heritage. They do this through monthly lectures such as “Speaker Series” and other events such as “Looky Ya!” Every month they choose a different topic that touches on the history/culture of the islands in an informal setting.