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Leadership Cayman 2021 class visits the Cayman Islands Fire Service

The Leadership Cayman’s (LC) class took a closer look at the Human Services & Healthcare industry for their latest seminar on Wednesday, June 16.  

The class spent the afternoon visiting the Cayman Islands Fire Service Airport Station where they were given a guided tour of the station and trucks. The seminar provided the class members with an opportunity to learn about the issues and challenges of healthcare and human services in the Cayman Islands.

Joining the class for the evening seminar were healthcare and human services experts:

Hazel Brown – Chief Nursing Officer, HSA
Mervyn Conolly – Director, Department of Health Regulatory Services & Superintendent of Health Insurance
Marc Lockhart – Psychiatrist, Medical Director of Behavioural Health Association Cayman (BHAC) and Chairman of the Mental Health Commission, Cayman Islands

The expert panel engaged in a question-and-answer session with the class, examining the state of the industry, how it has developed over time, and the changes they would like to see in the future.


Leadership Cayman class members, Jennifer Leach-Tippetts and Nelson Dilbert with their LC mentor Rachael Gaunt organised the seminar.

Cayman First Insurance Company Ltd. was the seminar sponsor and venue host. Cox Lumber Ltd., Wheaton Precious Metals and RBC Royal Bank (Cayman) Limited are the major sponsors of the Chamber of Commerce’s six-month leadership programme.

The final seminar, Infrastructure & Development takes places on Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

ABOUT LEADERSHIP CAYMAN: The Leadership Cayman is a signature programme of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce introduced in 2010. The six-month intensive course enables local leaders to develop new skills and to interact with some of Cayman’s top public and private sector officials and experts during bi-weekly seminars on a range of different topics. Since its launch in 2010, 263 local leaders have completed the programme. For additional information visit: