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Louis Malone appointed Member of Public Service Commission

Mr Louis Malone is the newest member of the Public Service Commission, appointed effective August 23, 2022. Photo: GIS
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Mr Louis Malone is the newest member of the Public Service Commission, appointed effective August 23, 2022.

Mr Malone whose appointment is in accordance with section 91 (1) (d) of the Virgin Islands Constitution Order, 2007, took an Oath of Secrecy on August 24.

According to Mr Malone, this new appointment allows him to continue his goal of service to the public and Virgin Islands.

“When I returned home after serving 20 years in the United States Air Force, my primary thought as it related to work was I would continue to serve. It did not work out that way until now. The call to serve in this capacity could not have come at a better time,” Mr Malone said.

He added, “My family roots here in the Virgin Islands run deep. So, I am definitely honoured and grateful for the opportunity to make a contribution and continue the legacy of those who have gone before me in making these Virgin Islands a great place for all of us to live. I believe all of us can make a positive contribution.”

Mr Malone previously held the roles of Human Resources Manager and Warehouse and Logistics Manager at Pusser’s, as well as serving as a Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force.

The role of the Public Service Commission is to provide advice on appointments to public offices and to remove and exercise disciplinary control over persons holding or acting in such offices in consultation with His Excellency the Governor.

4 Responses to “Louis Malone appointed Member of Public Service Commission”

  • lol (26/08/2022, 22:07) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    why them hide you to the bottom?
  • concerned citizen (27/08/2022, 01:37) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Dear Mr Malone, the tourism industry was the founding entity that the BVI strive on for years and still is. We have risen to employed life guards to keep our sea bound tourist safe and to enhance the product. Shamefully, they are only noted and recognized in cases of a drowning. They are like underdogs and must be put in a permanent and pension state according to the constitution ànd general orders. This is blatant disregard to a human contribution to our lively hood! ....HUMBLE CITIZEN
  • not alone (28/08/2022, 04:12) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    You are not alone. You have Citizen's serving 20 to 30 years in the health services and they are told they cannot be made permanent and pensionable and are being paid pennies as a pension when they retires.

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