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Cayman Islands law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman is pleased to announce the donation of CI$2,500 to the Cayman Islands Red Cross by Stefanie King, the firm’s most recent Employee of the Quarter.
Stefanie King is an Executive Legal Secretary for a partner at Conyers and was selected as Employee of the Quarter because of her exemplary work ethics, her team spirit and helpful persona. Stefanie chose to give the entire donation to the Cayman Islands Red Cross in light of the recent earthquake disaster in Haiti.
The Cayman Islands Red Cross is a non-profit organisation and 100% of the funds raised will go directly towards the Haitian Relief Fund. Hemant Balgobin, pictured in the photograph receiving the donation from Stefanie King, is in the process of preparing to fly out to Haiti to join forces with the Red Cross on the ground there to offer help and co-ordinate distribution of the relief supplies.
Jondo Malafa Obi, Director of the Cayman Islands Red Cross stated: “The Red Cross appreciates all the efforts that have taken place around the Island over the past 3 weeks, and are extremely grateful to Conyers Dill & Pearman and in particular Stephanie for such a kind gesture. With the amount of money that has been raised so far, it is nice to know that we can always rely on the community of the Cayman Islands to come together for such a worthy cause.”
Keisha Syms, HR Manager of Conyers Cayman Islands office, said: “Stefanie has continually provided excellent levels of service in her daily job performance and demonstrated a willingness to work above and beyond the call of duty. We congratulate her for being named Employee of the Quarter.”
Conyers is actively involved in a number of local charities and educational programs.
Conyers Dill & Pearman is a multi-jurisdictional law firm that advises on the laws of Cayman Islands, Cyprus, British Virgin Islands, Bermuda and Mauritius. The firm specialises in company and commercial law, commercial litigation and private client matters.