Ms. Corinne Glasgow has served our Credit Union from its inception over 45 years ago, initially as a volunteer on numerous committees, including the Supervisory, Credit and Educational Grants Committees and the Board of Directors, the latter as CEO for 10½ years, retiring on 31 August 2017. Ms. Glasgow was successful in growing our Credit Union in asset size, membership, products and services and continues to volunteer her services to the local, regional, and international credit union movement. Ms. Glasgow also worked for the Cayman Islands Government for over 21 years as Social Worker, Assistant Permanent Secretary, and Manager of the Public Service Commission, culminating her public service career in 1996 as Postmaster General. She has served on many Government and civic boards and committees, including as past President of the Civil Service Association and the Credit Union Board of Directors; past Director of the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (the only Caymanian to have been elected to this important regional body); past Chairman and George Town Captain of the Girls’ Brigade; past member of Prison Ministry; and the Canaan Land Drug Rehab Home. Ms. Glasgow holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology & School Social Work from the University of Tampa, Florida and post-graduate diplomas in Management and Human Resource Training & Development from UWI and Coton House Management Centre in the UK. She has also undertaken numerous Christian and Credit Union training courses, including ICUDE, CaribDE, and has been the Caribbean representative to the Africa DE leadership training courses. Corinne Glasgow has been a member of the Credit Union since 1982.