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Tracy Howes

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.    Her philosophy "keep a smile on your face and always be willing to learn" shows just how far a positive attitude and sunny disposition can take you. After shining in the role of greeter at the annual general meeting of the Caribbean Cable and Telecommunications Association thi...


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Tyler Owen

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 unrealistic expectations of what it took to become successful" and "was not always engaged in school," Owen looked to the suc...


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Justin Brangman

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. Justin began working in banking as a summer student and moved through different areas includin...


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Kareem James

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. He was recruited for the management training programme at Butterfield while still at university, ...


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Nicholas Boorman

Nicholas Boorman knows as well as anyone that if at first you don't succeed, you must try, try again. He spent a year sending resumes to insurance and reinsurance organisations throughout Bermuda before finally landing an interview with ACE. ...

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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 directi...