Meet the Executives

The Association is governed by its members who elect a Board of Directors consisting of eleven officers: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer and six Trustees. The executive board is elected to office for two years. Its members can serve in the same office for a maximum of two consecutive terms.

Each member of the Board of Trustees serves a term of three years. The 11-member Board manages the Association and adopts policies and procedures for its benefit.



 Mr. Carl Lashley

 President
 Guyana Association of Georgia  

 Mr. Claud London

 Vice President
 Guyana Association of Georgia  


 Ms. Merlyn Osborne

Secretary
Guyana Association of Georgia



 Mr. Marcus Gordon

Treasurer
Guyana Association of Georgia



 Mr. Fitzstephen Griffith

Assistant Secretary Treasurer
Guyana Association of Georgia



 Mr. Neville George

Parliamentarian
Guyana Association of Georgia



TRUSTEES


Ms. Shena Applewhaite



Mr. Dennis Fraser



Mr. Stephen Garrett



Ms. Verdine Benn



Ms. Lyndelle Isaacs Heylinger



Ms. Judy Wilson



 


Code of Ethics

AS A MEMBER of the Guyana Association of Georgia Executive Board and Chairpersons, I pledge myself to:

  • Maintain the highest standard of personal conduct
  • Attend meetings regularly and punctually. Support all projects
  • Promote and encourage the highest level of ethics within the Association
  • Maintain loyalty to the Association
  • Maintain the confidentiality of privileged information entrusted or known to me by virtue of my office
  • Recognize and discharge my responsibility and that of the Association to uphold all the laws and regulations relating to the Association's policies and activities
  • Strive for excellence in all aspects of management of the Association
  • Refuse to engage in, or countenance, activities for personal gain at the expense of the Association
  • Cooperate in every reasonable and proper way with other association executives, and work with them in the advancement/recognition of the Caribbean Community
  • Use every opportunity to improve public awareness and understanding of the role of the Association