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Ms Lucille Seymour
Ms Lucille Seymour
Third elected member for George Town
Lucille Seymour was born in George Town where she completed her high school education. She continued her studies in Jamaica at Shortwood College and the University of the West Indies. She taught for a few years before completing a bachelor's degree at ICCI and then continued her education at Leeds University, England, and Pace University in Manhattan, where she received her Masters in Educational Administration.
Her professional career as a civil servant progressed from a teacher in primary, secondary and deaf education schools, to Principal of George Town Primary. In the Cayman Islands Government she was Education Officer (Primary), Senior Education Officer (Curriculum and Testing) and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Community Development, Sports, Women, Youth Affairs and Culture.
Aside from her working career, Ms Seymour has spent 40 years on a voluntary basis helping to empower youth, women and others through sports and community development. She was active in developing the National Youth Policy and the Office of Women's Affairs and the Women's Resource Centre and received the BEM from Her Majesty the Queen for her work in these areas.
She is a founding member of the People's Progressive Movement.