(CMR) Bonnie Anglin and Natasha Bodden have been appointed new non-executive members to the Board of Directors of OfReg, adding two women to the previously all-male board. The Board is now at full membership.
OfReg Chairman Rudy Ebanks said, “We are very pleased to welcome Bonnie Anglin and Natasha Bodden to the OfReg Board of Directors. Ms. Anglin brings knowledge and experience in economics and public policy, and Ms. Bodden brings experience and insights in law, public policy and business.
“We now have a Board that comprises members of diverse and necessary skill sets, and which is more representative of our country and community. I look forward to working with two Caymanian women of such high esteem,” he added.
Ms. Anglin has a Master’s degree in Business and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Economics. Her professional experience includes Economics, Accounting, and Public Policy. Ms. Bodden has a Bachelor of Laws degree and is currently a practicing attorney.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Border Control & Labour Hon. Chris Saunders said, “OfReg falls under my Ministerial remit, and I am very pleased to see two such accomplished and capable women join the Board as non-executive directors following a rigorous selection process.”
Ms. Anglin and Ms. Bodden will immediately serve for a period of three years as non-executive members to the OfReg Board of Directors in accordance with section 18 of the Utility Regulations and Competition Act (2021 Revision) (“the Act”), and sections 9 and 10 of the Public Authorities Act (2020 Revision) (PAA 2020).