With her wide-reaching compliance knowledge, she is often sought to lead and mentor our more junior team members, and this does not stop just in the workplace. When she is not working, Yeaneka participates as a volunteer at the Light House School in Red Bay, where her youngest daughter attends. She has also recently had her application approved as a mentor with GirlForce 100 and has now been assigned her first mentee. Yeaneka is delighted to be able to give back to the young people in the Cayman community. As part of 100 Women in Finance’s Investing in the Next Generation Initiatives, GirlForce 100 pairs local 100 Women in Finance members with girls ages 13-18, who have indicated an interest in a career in finance and have demonstrated notable potential meriting their placement. Through mentorship, GirlForce 100 guides mentees in the development and progression of their career paths leading them to success.
We look forward to witnessing Yeaneka’s ongoing professional development as she continues to grow and progress her career within FundBank. As she navigates the dynamic landscape of the banking industry, we remain confident in her ability to contribute significantly to the growth and success of our organization. We are committed to providing her with the necessary support and resources to further enhance her leadership skills, ensuring that she plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of our banking team.