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Bermuda National Trust elects four new directors

The Bermuda National Trust council members (Photograph supplied)

The Bermuda National Trust has welcomed four new directors to its council.

The new directors are Andy DeGregorio, Peter Hebberd, Zeudi Hinds and Duncan Simons.

Mr DeGregorio, a partner at Deloitte, takes over the role of treasurer and Peter Hebberd, who formerly worked in advertising and marketing, will chair the Development Committee.

Zeudi Hinds, business development manager at Conyers, also joins the Development Committee, while Duncan Simons, an officer with the Royal Bermuda Regiment and a registered architect, chairs the Heritage Committee.

Reelected to the council are Alana Anderson as president, Mark Orchard as vice-president, Stratton Hatfield, Robin Mayor, Linda O’Shea and William White.

Meredith Ebbin, Michael Leverock and Mariette Savoie are government appointees.

Karen Border, BNT executive director, said: “We are grateful to all the council members for their willingness to serve.

“Charities like the BNT could not function without those who are willing to volunteer their time and expertise to ensure the organisation is well governed and effective in delivering on its mission for the benefit of Bermuda.”

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Published June 21, 2023 at 11:09 am (Updated June 21, 2023 at 11:09 am)

Bermuda National Trust elects four new directors

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