People

Bermuda Tourism Authority CEO Bill Hanbury sits down with The Bermudian to discuss his vision for the future of Bermuda tourism. 

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Tracy Howes got her lucky break at just 19 when Brenda Samuels at IFA (now Bank of New York) took a chance on her and offered the young woman her first position as a team assistant. Now 31, Howes has moved forward in her career by leaps and bounds.

 

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Tyler Owen is a poster boy for the merits of pulling your socks up. At 22, after a youth during which he admits he "had...

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Justin Brangman believes that "luck is only the intersection of preparation and opportunity," and it is clear that he has had an abundance of both.

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Kareem James's best advice for anyone starting out in his industry is to "master the art of networking," and he is certainly leading by example.

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Nicholas Boorman knows as well as anyone that if at first you don't succeed, you must try, try again.

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Having graduated from Berkeley Institute, Bermuda College and Temple University with a degree in risk management and insurance and human resources - and a minor in accounting - Taneisha Brangman had an abundance of skills and a number of directions she could follow in her career.

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A 6-year-old Kimberly D. Caines once said she wanted to be a senior magistrate, and it seems she has not wavered much in her career goals since then.

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In the tough economic climate of the last few years, landing a first job can be the greatest struggle young people face.

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As an underwriter at Freisenbruch Meyer, Damian Pitcher has been turning heads as one of the most ambitious young employees they have in their ranks.

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Gentleman, Diplomat and the 88th Governor of Bermuda

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