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Corrine Glasgow

After 10½ years as CEO of Cayman’s Public Service Credit Union, Corinne retired in August 2017.  She was successful in growing the Credit Union in asset size, membership, products, and services; continues to volunteer her services to the regional and international credit union movement.

Corinne also worked for the Cayman Islands Government for over 21 years in the capacity of Social Worker, Assistant Permanent Secretary, Manager Public Service Commission, and culminated her public service career as Postmaster General in 1996.

In June 1996, she established her own company – 1st Place Ltd – a human resource training and development consultancy, conducting customer service and supervisory training courses to employees and businesses – to help them to be the best that they can be.  

Corinne has a passion for helping people and has always been involved in community affairs in Cayman.  She has served on many Government boards and committees; is past President Civil Service Association and its Credit Union Board of Directors; past director Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions – and is the only Caymanian to have been elected to this august regional body; past Chairman and Leader of the Cayman Islands Girls' Brigade; and past member of the Cayman Islands Prison Ministry and Canaan Land Drug Rehab Home.  

Corinne holds a BA degree in Sociology & School Social Work from the University of Tampa, Florida, 1981 where she first got involved in IVCF; and post-graduate studies in Management and Human Resource Training & Development from UWI and Coton House Management Centre in the UK.  She has also undertaken numerous credit union and Christian training courses.  
She loves travelling, meeting people, and experiencing different cultures.  She loves the Lord Jesus Christ and is actively involved in church, missions, & outreach; sporting, cultural, political, educational, social & charitable organizations; she loves running, swimming & cycling; and loves eating, especially mangoes!  

She never has a dull moment in her life!  She considers herself truly blessed to have had jobs that paid her to do what she loves to do – helping people. 


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