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Bermudians of the Year

Bermudian of the Year: Myles Darrell
Bermudians of the Year

Bermudian of the Year: Myles Darrell

As a child, Myles Darrell wanted to be a bus driver, but not because he loved exciting modes of transportation. It was because he wanted to make other people happy. “It looked like a really important part of the community,” he remembers. “I needed to take the bus to go to school. We went on the bus to do the fun things I’d like to do. I’d be part of everybody’s fun and everybody’s accomplishments.”Darrell, now 48 and a father…


Bermudians of the Year

Bermudians of the Year 2023

There are those who walk among us who know that taking action today ensures a better future for tomorrow. We salute 5 local heroes whose leadership, passion and tireless work is solely for the betterment of Bermuda. They share a…


Bermudians of the Year

Bermudian of the Year: Christie Hunter Arscott

Christie Hunter Arscott has devoted her career to helping women achieve their best by giving them the tools to become strong leaders and see risk as an opportunity to be seized, not avoided.The author, advisor and speaker, 38, who was…


Bermudians of the Year

Bermudian of the Year: Dr Carika Weldon

Geneticist and entrepreneur Dr Carika Weldon was "shocked and very amazed" to be named a Bermudian of the Year—but anyone hearing her speak about her work would not be.Dr Weldon radiates enthusiasm and, aged just 33, has already completed a…


Bermudians of the Year

Bermudian of the Year: The Hon. Walter Roban

If Bermuda’s Deputy Premier and Minster of Home Affairs asks you to be on his quiz team, say “yes.” As a child, his parents gave him the “big volume series” of the Encyclopaedia Britannica and that was his favourite thing…

Bermudians of the Year

Bermudian of the Year: Patrina O’Connor-Paynter

Running Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda (BBBS) is not a job, it’s a vocation, and it’s one that Patrina O’Connor-Paynter, 47, was meant to do. “It was aligned,” she says. “I saw it [in the paper] and it was…