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Sasha Flax appointed interim head of Civil Service Association

The interim executive body of the Civil Service Association. (Photo provided)

Acting Sister Islands Coordinator Sasha Flax has been appointed president of an interim executive body for the Civil Service Association (CSA).

This followed a meeting with all association members on Tuesday, May 7 when candidates were elected to serve on the CSA’s executive committee.

Flax said she is elated to serve as the interim head of the organisation.

“With my executive board, we look forward to making notable recommendations to enhance the Public Service,” she said.

“The CSA seeks to uphold the highest values of professional service to the territory, through competent and committed persons, whose genuine interests are affirmed through membership in this association,” Flax added.

The election of this interim body was done in accordance with 7.4 (d) of the CSA’s constitution. Other members on the newly-elected body are Joshua Edwards — Vice President, Subrina Herbert — Secretary, Kishann Brathwaite — Assistant Secretary, Sharona Pickering — Treasurer, Linton Leonard — Public Relations Officer, and trustees Pasha Stoutt and Dawn Leonard.

The committee will continue to run the associations daily business and will function until the CSA’s Annual General Election, which is scheduled for Tuesday, November 12.

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  1. Loving this says:

    Look young people on the move maboy. Y’ll turn now, but do not bypass the wisdom of your elders. Seek advice when necessary.

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  2. No to be overlooked says:

    Deputy Governor you are doing a splendid job with the improvements of the civil service thus far. Keep up the good work, Sir.

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    • Not to be overlooked says:

      Deputy Governor you are doing a splendid job with the improvements of the civil service thus far. Keep up the good work, Sir.

      • Also not to be overlooked says:

        It seems like gone are the days when civil servants dressed in chic but conservative professional wear.
        Who ain’t bussin outta clothes done buss out and leaving nothing to the imagination , so yes this too should not be overlooked.

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        • Smile says:

          Civil servants alone! I see people going to what used to be prestigious offices dressed in what look like leggings and slippers. I wonder if hurricanes Irma and Maria still have an effect (:-)

        • Seriously? says:

          Everyone in the photo is dressed professionally. There is no need for uniforms in professional settings. They all are dressed very nicely and appropriately.

  3. Salty says:

    Congrats I see great things Ahead God Bless this Team and the Entire BVI Go Sasha.

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  4. Facts setter says:

    ***** is a crook! BEWARE!

  5. Joshua Edwards!! says:

    Congratulations mate!

  6. The Reaper says:

    U all can’t see what is going on. Take out. Put in. Ok VIP. That’s the sister of VIP. What is her name again Let me see Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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  7. let's see says:

    since I was a pebble in the Civil SErvice and Potter was head of the CSA, this body has not been able to accomplish anything. don’t have nay faith that it will now.

  8. Urhhh says:

    Some y’all need to just stop been so Negative when certain people a place in certain positions come on we all in this together

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