Danielle has experience working in the humanitarian sector in the Cayman Islands and overseas, specifically in areas relating to disaster response and risk reduction and human rights. Having qualified as an attorney in 2003, Danielle left the legal world to assist in an under-water recovery program in post-tsunami, Thailand. She has since worked with the Human Rights Committee, Cayman HospiceCare, the British Red Cross, the Cayman Islands Red Cross and is a member of the IFRC’s Global Emergency Response Unit and the Americas Regional Intervention Team. She is now the Director of Hazard Management Cayman Islands. Danielle holds a Masters degree in Law and in Understanding and Securing Human Rights, and is a Rotary International Peace Fellow.
Danielle worked as Director of Operations and Fundraising at Jasmine from 2016-18 and is now Deputy Chairperson.
She is passionate about yoga, reiki and general holistic wellbeing.
Joanna Humphries worked extensively in fundraising for the UK charity sector for over 14 years. She spent 7 years at the Mental Health Foundation where she managed corporate and trust fundraising and secured over GBP 600,000 from the newly formed Community Fund (now known as the National Lottery Community Fund) in two major grants.
Before leaving the UK, Joanna worked for the Terrence Higgins Trust, Europe’s leading and largest HIV and AIDS charity. After two years as Head of Fundraising, Joanna was promoted to Director of Fundraising and Communications and brought in over GBP4,000,000 each year from individuals, companies and trusts whilst also managing PR and marketing.
Since moving to the Cayman Islands over 15 years ago, Joanna has volunteered for a number of local charities, including the Central Caribbean Marine Institute, where she chaired their largest annual fundraising event for a number of years.
Joanna supported Jasmine in a non-official capacity for several years before joining the Jasmine Board in 2019.
Joanna is passionate about human rights, equality and helping the most vulnerable in society.
Diana has a background in logistics and operations and worked in both the legal and financial services sectors before establishing her own business in project and property management more than a decade ago.
Originally from the UK, and after spending some time in Los Angeles, Diana moved to the Cayman Islands in 1996. She has served on the Board of Directors of Jasmine since September 2012 and has served in other capacities since moving to the island including several years on the Planning Appeals Tribunal.
With her husband Nick and daughter Callie, Diana loves life in the Cayman Islands and feels extremely fortunate to call it home. She is passionate about health and wellbeing, and enjoys time with friends, yoga, and travel and hiking whenever possible.
Dr. Ginny Hobday became a Board member of Jasmine in 2001 and became Medical Director with part time clinical responsibilities subsequently. She has a diploma in Palliative Care and has actively promoted education of the healthcare community and the public about the benefits of palliative and hospice care for almost twenty years. This has included organising a palliative care conference bringing international leaders in this field to Cayman every two years for the past 10 years.
Ginny is a member of the CI Ethics Committee and Medical Director of the Breast Cancer Foundation. She is a past President of the CI Medical and Dental Society and a past Vice President of the Medical and Dental Council. She worked in the Department of Public Health at the Health Services Authority from 1998 – 2001 and has been a GP at Cayman Clinic since 2001 and its Medical Director since 2007.
In January 2015 Ginny was awarded an MBE for her contribution to hospice care in the Cayman Islands. At the 2015 National Heroes Day ceremony, she was awarded a Health Services Emerging Pioneer Award in recognition of extraordinary contributions to health services in the Cayman Islands.
She is a graduate of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital (1986) in London and became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1991. She also holds an M.PHIL in History of Medicine and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge University.
Prior to moving to Cayman in 1998, Ginny worked in the UK, South Africa, France and Iraq.
She and her husband Richard, the MRCU mosquito plane pilot, love to travel with their 2 sons, John-Ross and Harrison, and favourite destinations include Scotland and their home continent of Africa. They also love to boat, golf and play tennis. In addition, Ginny has a menagerie of rescue dogs (6) cats (3) and numerous goats, rabbits, parrots and chickens!
Erwin Dikau is a Chartered Accountant and is the Chief Financial Officer of Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Limited, a position he has held since January 1998. He joined Butterfield in November of 1992 as Senior Manager – Fund Administration, and prior to that worked with Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) both in the Cayman Islands and in Canada.
Erwin became a director of Jasmine in October of 1999 and was appointed Treasurer, an office he holds to the present day.
Erwin is married to Elizabeth and they have two children, Joshua and Bethany. In his free time, Erwin enjoys scuba diving, snorkeling, paddle boarding and downhill skiing.
Dr. Vineetha Binoy is a Medical Oncologist at Health City Cayman Islands. Having trained and worked in India and Australia, she moved to the Cayman Islands in 2014. Dr Vineetha, as she likes to be known, joined the Board of Jasmine in June 2018. She believes in comprehensive, compassionate cancer care and is also certified in basic palliative medicine. Her special interests include women’s oncology and integrative oncology. She also enjoys participating in community education programs for cancer prevention and screening. Her favourite pastimes include time with family and friends, Indian classical music, spiritual discourses, yoga and travel.
Alan is a Chartered Accountant, originally from England, who arrived with his wife, Flick, in Cayman some 40 years ago. Although now retired from a 9 to 5 job, Alan is still involved with the financial industry in Cayman, but now enjoys a quieter life which includes travelling and golfing whenever possible.
With his wife Flick, Alan supported Jasmine and other volunteer organisations for many years. He then joined the Board of Jasmine in 2013 and also sits on the Executive Committee.
Mrs. Berna Thompson Cummins is a successful businesswoman and former educator, and a graduate of the University of Central Florida. Over the years, she has served as President of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce and various other boards. A deep commitment to the community and her country led to her being awarded membership in The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire (M.B.E.) by Queen Elizabeth II in 1991. In 1992, she was elected to The Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly where she represented the district of George Town.
She is a Charter Member of Rotary Sunrise and, as a keen gardener, has served as President of The Cayman Islands Garden Club for several years.
Berna is a seventh generation Caymanian and the mother of three and grandmother of eight. She and her husband, Mr. Steven L. Cummins, reside in South Sound and Gun Bay, and enjoy summers in Camden, Maine, where she attends Rotary and volunteers for various Rotary activities.
Wanda Ebanks is a practising Cayman Islands attorney with over 24 of experience. She is a partner in the Finance and Banking group of the Maples Group’s, Cayman office.
Wanda is passionate about ensuring adequate healthcare is available to all. She is a former board director of the Cayman Health Services Authority, the Island’s public healthcare system, and has been an active member of Jasmine since 2013. In addition to being a director, she served on Jasmine’s Executive Committee and as Board Secretary.
Renee Howell is a creative leader with over twenty years of experience in leadership, public relations and marketing. She has worked directly with boards of directors, senior management teams, personal clients, international corporations, advertisers and the media. With a broad skill set, Renee’s focus and drive provide great inspiration to those around her.
She has volunteered with Jasmine in various roles since 2014 and joined the Board in 2019. Renee has worked and lived in the Cayman Islands for the last 19 years and is married with 2 teenage boys.
In her spare time, Renee enjoys drawing, painting and has a deep love of art, nature and animals, and conservation.
Originally from Australia and after working in many places around the world, Keiran moved to the Cayman Islands with his family in 2012.
Keiran has a Bachelor of Business Degree and a Graduate Diploma in Advanced Accounting from the Queensland University of Technology. A qualified Chartered Accountant, Keiran works as a Cayman based Partner with a global accounting and professional services firm.
Since moving to Cayman, Keiran has become involved with a number of different local charities including Rotary where he is the current Acting Secretary. He joined the Board of Jasmine in 2019.
In his spare time, Keiran enjoys running, sailing, travel, and following team sports.
Dr. Ernest Jehangir is a member of the board of directors of Jasmine.
Kerri Marquardt is originally from Canada and moved to Cayman in 2008 after spending 9 years in Bermuda. She has more than 13 years of experience in offshore corporate administration, 11 of these with a focus on board governance and support.
Kerri began volunteering with Jasmine in early 2018, providing the Board with assistance during meetings. She joined the Jasmine Board in 2020 and serves as the Board Secretary.
Kerri enjoys traveling to new places, a good book, or simply relaxing on the beautiful beaches of Cayman.
Graham Pearson has been an entrepreneur in the technology and consultancy field for more than 30 years and started his career in the UK before relocating to Bermuda in the mid-80’s. Graham and his wife Tara relocated to Cayman from 2005 to 2014 and returned again in 2016.
Graham has been elected to many boards over the years, from technology start-ups to well established international organisations, in addition to community focused non-profits such as The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman.
As well as enjoying life in the Cayman Islands, Graham and Tara spend several weeks a year in Sumter County, Florida, actively involved in assisting Parkinson’s sufferers (one of whom is a close family member).
Ian Phillips is originally from Plymouth, England and moved to the Cayman Islands in 1994. He has been in the Trust Industry for more than 35 years and is a member of STEP, an Accredited Director and has a Trustee Diploma. On moving to Cayman, Ian became involved in the sporting community, initially as a football referee and moved to being a swimming official when his eldest daughter took to the sport. He has been involved in various local sporting and musical organizations and joined the Board of Jasmine in 2021. In his spare time, Ian enjoys playing football and cooking.