Fourteen Government Employees Honored

November 13, 2019 | 3 Comments

Fourteen public officers were recognised for “their efforts and impact in increasing the overall core values of Government at the Heroes Without a Cape reception.”

A Government spokesperson said, “On 8 November, 2019, fourteen public officers were recognised for their efforts and impact in increasing the overall core values of Government at the Heroes Without a Cape reception held recently.

“The event, hosted by the Wellness and Balance subcommittee, provided an opportunity for colleagues to say thank you to team members who have a consistent positive influence on their co-workers and in their workplace.

Jeane Nikolai, Aideen Ratteray Pryce, Dr. Derrick Binns, Sloane Wilson, Veronica Baptista, Jamie Cook, Nicole Famous, Tiffany Tucker, Gary Ratteray, Dr Marisa Stones, Vincent Swan, Deidre M Otway, Rosalyn Mingo, Ashley Stone, Randy York, Maryem Biadillah, Tekea Saunders. Not pictured: Jene Charles-Prentice, Rachel Hall

Heroes Without A Cape Recognition Event Bermuda Nov 2019

Premier David Burt stated, “I offer my congratulations to everyone who was recognised during the first Heroes Without A Cape celebration. This was an opportunity to identify public officers who provide outstanding service to their colleagues and the general public.

“My Government believes hard work and dedication must be rewarded and we will continue to ensure deserving employees are celebrated for providing the best service possible.”

During the event, Dr. Derrick Binns, Head of the Public Service, said, “While so many public officers are worthy of recognition, today we are identifying those of you who were nominated by your colleagues. We are proud of you, as dedicated and professional team members who work hard to create a sense of unity within your departments every day.”

“Public Officers were asked to nominate colleagues, or Heroes, who consistently have a positive impact on their work environment. Colleagues wrote a 300-word description of specific instances that proved the nominees deserved special recognition.

Dr. Binns added, “Our heroes have excelled in creating healthy working relationships and a supportive environment in their respective departments. This, ultimately, helps to boost customer satisfaction within the organisation. Therefore it is my pleasure to offer congratulations to each person who was nominated. I look forward to hosting this reception in the future as we will make this an annual event to recognise the heroes amongst us.”

“Some of those celebrated at the event were nominated by more than one of their teammates.

“Recipients of the Heroes Without A Cape recognition programme were:

NameDepartment
Ashley StoneBermuda National Library
Deirdre M. OtwayYouth, Sport, and Recreation
Gary RatterayMarine & Ports
Jamie CookHealth Insurance
Jene Charles-PrenticeSocial Insurance
Dr Marisa StonesICT Policy and Innovation
Nicole FamousBermuda Post Office
Rachel HallLand Valuation
Randy YorkBermuda National Library
Rosalyn MingoDepartment of Health
Sloane WilsonICT Policy and Innovation
Tiffany TuckerInformation and Digital Technologies
Veronica BaptistaAgeing and Disability Services
Vincent SwanPublic Transportation
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  1. hanky panky says:

    and where is the award for the private sector employees who contribute so much to Bermuda, like …. jobs and taxes?!

  2. Congratulations to all honorees.
    Well done.

  3. Gustav says:

    Why ?
    Because they Wenz Every to to work ?

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