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Mrs BVI Shevone A. Findlay donates electric fans to BFEC

- thanks to sponsorship of Mourant Ozannes
In photograph are Mourant Ozannes' representatives Mr Mike Williams and Shernette Matthias along with Mrs BVI Shevone A. Findlay and Acting Principal of BFEC Mr Phillip Fenty. Photo: Provided
Mrs. British Virgin Islands, Mrs Shevone A. Findlay activated her platform of
Mrs. British Virgin Islands, Mrs Shevone A. Findlay activated her platform of "Empowerment through Education" with the delivery of 15 Fans compliments of Mourant Ozannes to the Bregado Flax Educational Centre – Secondary Division on, gifts that were well received as they were big necessities. Photo: Provided
VALLEY, Virgin Islands, VI - Mrs British Virgin Islands, Mrs Shevone A. Findlay activated her platform of "Empowerment through Education" with the delivery of 15 electric fans, compliments of Mourant Ozannes, to the Bregado Flax Educational Centre – Secondary Division recently.

Mrs Findlay, who is also the PTA president for both the Bregado Flax Primary and Secondary schools, has made a commitment to ensure the students have everything they need for the best possible education in a comfortable environment.

“Comfort in the classroom is one of those areas as it affects their attention span and ability to focus on lessons being taught,” she told this news site and said that it was all made possible by Mourant Ozannes which has participating in the local community in each place it has an office as one of its core values. 

The private entity also focuses on community participation activities on what is called 'the three Es' - being Education, Endeavour and the Environment.

Mourant Ozannes is the third largest law firm in the world with offices in the Virgin Islands (VI), Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey, Hong Kong and London. “We are pleased to partner with Mrs British Virgin Islands Lifestyle Challenge Group and Mrs British Virgin Islands, Mrs Shevone Findlay, to support the Bregado Flax Education Centre because it is a worthy institution in need of funding and other support.  We encourage other BVI businesses to support the Bregado Flax Education Centre too and look forward to having a continued relationship with it," said the company’s representative.

"As Mrs British Virgin Islands and also PTA President, I am here to ensure that the school needs are met and the essential requirements are provided to an accredited standard. I am excited to work along with a great PTA Executive board, Education Liaison Officers and its officials to make B.F.E.C stand out to its best and continue to be empowered through Education. Our major to do list contains essentials such as an AC unit for our staffroom, a heavy duty photocopier, more computers and an eating area for our students amongst others. Through my title and my managing group, the Mrs BVI Lifestlye Challenge Group, we have a lot in store for our community through Education so join us and become an empowerment that is S.E.X.Y!” Mrs BVI told Virgin Islands News Online.

Mrs Findlay has defied the odds and as she continues to show the strength and ability of women, holding her own as a ‘strong’ woman by maintaining her family of six children and a very supportive husband by her side.

“Women play a vital role in the home and in the school as educators and we want to ensure that we are touching every aspect of their interactions as we build the next generation of men and women. We want to ensure that when challenges arise we can assist in the provisioning of the necessary tools of positive reinforcement be it emotional, spiritual or physical for continued growth and development,” she said.

The Mrs BVI Lifestyle Challenge Group continues to make strides into the community demonstrating that empowerment can be S.E.X.Y. and, according to President of the Mrs BVI Pageant Committee Ms Alicia Green, they want to thank partnering corporate sponsor, Mourant Ozannes, for contributing to the initiative as they believe in their mission to enhance lives through empowerment which will “enhance our entire community to prove that empowerment is S.E.X.Y”.

9 Responses to “Mrs BVI Shevone A. Findlay donates electric fans to BFEC”

  • Productive (21/03/2015, 11:19) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Very productive and ambitious young woman. Keep striving for the best Darling and keep praying for your family. One in a million vino...very rare
  • 123 (21/03/2015, 12:14) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    good job to every onr
  • LOOKING... (21/03/2015, 15:50) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Glad to see this law firm doing big things
  • JW (21/03/2015, 20:28) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    U make ur "charger " proud
    V G is happy to have u pun we vibes
  • Sea It Clear BVI (21/03/2015, 21:10) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good one, just love it, Greatness in 2015.
  • zoe (21/03/2015, 22:38) Like (2) Dislike (9) Reply
    The old Antigua dude refused to appoint a local to head our school in VG but we got news for he and the NDP on Election Day
  • just asking. (22/03/2015, 00:00) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    Where is the photo minister?
  • farmer brown (22/03/2015, 17:09) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Mourant Ozannes is a great law firm and i give them credit for good corp bvi and giving back
  • resident (23/03/2015, 09:15) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    how about donating some money to fix the roof

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