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For her great customer service skills and dedication to her
duties in registering companies, partnerships and trusts, Ms
Devonia Dixon has received the Chief Officer's award for April
as the top employee for the Ministry of Financial Services,
Commerce and the Environment.
Ms Dixon, a Customer Services Officer for General Registry, was
presented with her certificate on 11 June. The honour is part of
the Deputy Governor's Award scheme for all civil servants.
The Ministry's Chief Officer Dr Dax Basdeo said Ms Dixon has
made valuable contributions by conscientiously working with
customers on their registration needs.
'The Ministry is constantly striving to accomplish policy
goals, and so there is no shortage of high achievers within the
various departments,' he said.
'However, out of all the candidates put forward to me, Ms
Dixon stood out the most for the month of April.
'She greatly assists General Registry with maintaining
accurate records, which helps the public to have a good experience
with Government. Commendations certainly are in order for
In addition to her registration work and answering customer
queries, Ms Dixon processes tasks on the Cayman Online Registry
Information Service and prepares documents for internal
certification. She says assistance from her colleagues is vital to
'Receiving this award was a wonderful surprise, and I am
overwhelmed with joy to be recognised for my hard work,' Ms
Dixon said. 'I love my job and what I do. I thank my co-workers
and especially my supervisor Assistant Registrar Evadne Ebanks, who
continually encourages me and taught me to improve my work
Registrar General Cindy Jefferson-Bulgin said she nominated Ms
Dixon because of her ability to exceed expectations.
'Devonia joined Registry in 2006, and for her to get this
award comes as no surprise given that she consistently performs at
a high standard. She is diligent, self-motivated, committed, and a
good team player.
'All of these qualities make a big difference when dealing
with clients who boost the economy through their significant
contributions to Government revenue. I congratulate Devonia on her
achievement and encourage her to continue performing in an
Photo credit to Matthew Yates, MFSCE. Chief Officer for Commerce
Dr Dax Basdeo, fourth from left, presents Devonia Dixon with her
award alongside Registrar General Cindy Jefferson-Bulgin, sixth
from left, Assistant Registrar Evadne Ebanks, fourth from right,
and Registry staff.
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