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Taniesha Brangman

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. Originally, Brangman planned to become an underwriter, but when opportunity knocked and a position in the human resources department of PwC was offered to her, she did not hesitate to pursue it. She advises that young people starting out in their careers "shoul...

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Kimberley D. Caines

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. Today, Caines is an associate at MJM, where she is honing and developing her craft as an adv...

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Andrew Tavares

In the tough economic climate of the last few years, landing a first job can be the greatest struggle young people face. In 2012, Andrew Tavares managed to stand out from the pack of roughly 350 to 400 other applicants who applied for the cus...

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Damian Pitcher

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. Pitcher completed his CPCU exams so quickly - in an unheard-of three exam windows - that he ...

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Serving Bermuda, Margaret Ward

The Eliza Doolittle Society, a registered charity since 2002, has evolved over the past three years to become a vibrant force in addressing hunger and food wastage in Bermuda. (more…)

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Minister on a Mission

Minister of economic development Dr. Grant Gibbons speaks to The Bermudian about the OBA's plan to get Bermuda back on track   Just three months into its first term, the One Bermuda Alliance government has demonstrated that it mea...