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Thursday, 11th March
7:15 - 9:30 p.m.


Heather Dianne Bodden

Heather Bodden’s life is characterised by service and dedication to community and country.  Born to Mary Bodden and the late Jay Bodden in George Town and raised in the Savannah/Newlands area, Heather – affectionately known as YaYa – has committed her life to helping others and working (sometimes fighting) for the betterment of all residents in her district.

An activist and organiser, Heather has been called the ‘face, heart and soul’ of the Savannah and Newlands communities. She also served as a Bodden Town Member of the Legislative Assembly from 1995 until 2000. During her tenure in Government, she brought the motions for establishing handicap parking and creating a safe house for battered and abused women and children island wide, which is known today as the Crisis Centre. She also worked to strengthen the litter laws and contributed to many other important initiatives.

Although she is not motivated by applause or accolades, the government and the people of the Cayman Islands have recognised Heather over the years for her selfless acts of love, kindness and service and rewarded her tireless efforts. In 2006 she was awarded the Certificate of Honour by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. Most recently, she was awarded the Order of the Cayman Islands insignia at the 2021 National Heroes Day celebration for her devotion to sustained and selfless voluntary service within the community. Her projects, committees, roles and initiatives are numerous and can be found on the website

The 3 top National Issues that I intend addressing if elected are.

Women’s equality and representation
Community development (stronger communities create a stronger country)
The Elderly Population

The 3 top constituency issues that I intend if elected are.

Road safety
Neighbourhood beautification and general safety
Savannah Primary School


Malcolm Anthony Eden


Savannah and Cayman are near and dear to my heart. I am very passionate about my Country and helping my people.

I am married and have three children. I am family-oriented, forward thinking, results focused and driven to make a positive contribution wherever I can. I attended the Joanna Clarke Primary School (Formerly known as the Savannah Primary School), the Cayman Islands Middle School and the Cayman Islands High School.

Qualifications and Experience:

I have worked in both the Public Sector (CIMA) and in the Private Sector, as Founder and Managing Director of The Audiophile Group.

I am an active member in our community, including Past President of The Clifton Hunter High School PTA, Past President of The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman and I have many years of dedicated service.

I have a background in Management and Finance and have represented Cayman in various capacities for Financial Services, Rotary and Business Development over the past 25 years.

I hold a Master of Business Administration from the University of Manchester (UK) and a Bachelor of Science in Management and Accounting from The University of the West Indies (Jamaica).

Why am I running for office?:

My passion for my country and bettering the circumstances of our people were key factors in my decision to run for office.

Cayman is my home, and I want it to remain a place where my people can live harmoniously in a safe environment while earning a respectable wage to support their families and, ideally, to realize the dream of home and property ownership.

I have always abided by and will continue to do so if elected, the Standards in Public Life as promulgated by the Nolan Principles. Those seven principles include Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty and Leadership.

Top 3 Constituency Issues that I intend to address if elected:

  1. Enhancements to the Joanna Clarke Primary School (formerly The Savannah Primary School).
  2. Road & infrastructure improvements, including the expansion of the East West Arterial road to alleviate traffic congestion and measures to alleviate flooding.
  3. The creation of incentives for more businesses to be established in the District.

Top 3 National Issues that I intend to address if elected:

  1. Cost of Living & Quality of Life
  2. Employment Opportunities
  3. The Environment

Contact Details
Facebook & Instagram: @SavannahMP2021
Phone or WhatsApp: 923-5538

Jeanna Williams

Jeanna is an expert personal trainer who was one of the pioneering Caymanian business owners of the “Fitness boom” in Cayman. She represented Cayman both locally and internationally as a Top 5 competitor in natural bodybuilding & figure competitions.

She is also a radio personality with talk shows that focused on health & wellness and women’s empowerment. Jeanna launched Cayman’s first women’s empowerment monthly event group which hosted women from all over the world & of all ages. She is now a women’s empowerment coach with an emphasis on mindset and social media influencer who represents Cayman as a Regional Vice President & Vice President of the Global Events Division of the largest women’s empowerment network on social media with over a million female followers worldwide. She has a consistent record of helping businesses become profitable through sales and also a licensed real estate agent.

Jeanna is a wife with two beautiful children, who adores Cayman and an animal lover. She is running in the election because her purpose in life is to help others and feels intuitively called by God to serve the people of Cayman.

The 3 top National Issues that I intend addressing if elected are.

1. Civil rights as it pertains to children with mild to severe “Special abilities”
2. Cost of living
3. Maternity/Paternity reform

The 3 top constituency issues that I intend if elected are.

1. Visible representation/District Council meetings.
2. Road improvements and lighting.
3. Revitalization of Pedro Castle road community park.

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