The Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman is pleased to announce the appointment of its new board members for the 2023-24 term. The transition of leadership marks an exciting moment in the Club’s history as it welcomes new leadership under President Ibimitomi Asher Ogbe, while bidding farewell to outgoing President Donna Scott.
Ibimitomi Asher Ogbe, an esteemed member of the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman, has been elected as the new President for the 2023-24 term. A dedicated and passionate community leader, Mr. Ogbe has demonstrated a strong commitment to the Club’s mission of serving the children of the world. His vision, and dedication, are expected to drive the Club to even greater heights in the coming year.
Donna Scott, who has served as the President of the Club during the 2022-23 term, is stepping down from her role with gratitude and pride in the accomplishments achieved during her tenure. Her leadership has had a profound impact on the community, and her tireless efforts have helped improve the lives of children and families in Grand Cayman. The Club wishes to express its heartfelt appreciation to Donna Scott for her outstanding service and leadership. Her dedication to the Club’s mission has been an inspiration to all members and the community at large.
The following people will be serving on the new board, under the Club’s new president, Mr. Ogbe:
- Dr. Tanikya Grant Davis – President Elect;
- Christopher Mason – Vice President;
- Karabo Manete – Treasurer;
- Hanna Walerjanczyk – Assistant Treasurer;
- Linda Key – Secretary;
- Opal Henry – Assistant Secretary;
- Anna Russell-Knee – Director;
- Retno “Ayu” Purbasanti – Director;
- Erna Jane Ebanks – Director;
- Gerry Robinson – Director;
- Hanna Walerjanczyk – Director.
Lieutenant Governor Winsome Radcliff, representing Kiwanis Division 26 of the Florida District, extended her best wishes to the new board: “I am confident that President Ibimitomi Asher Ogbe and the incoming board will continue the Kiwanis tradition of excellence and community service. Their commitment to the welfare of children is admirable, and I look forward to working closely with them to achieve our shared goals.”
The Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in the local community and around the world.
For more information about the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman and its upcoming initiatives, please visit www.kiwanis.ky
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