Press Release: National Trust Announces New Executive Director Frank Roulstone
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands (NTCI) welcomes its new Executive Director, Frank Roulstone, who will take over from outgoing Executive Director, Annick Jackman.
Mr. Roulstone previously served as General Manager of the NTCI, joining just a few days before the arrival of Hurricane Ivan in September 2004, basically starting from scratch with no offices and only a receptionist employee. At the end of his 4-1/2 years tenure, the National Trust was financially stable with a functioning staff of 7, modern office, several new historic sites and hundreds of acres of newly protected environmental properties under the organization’s name. He also has extensive experience in the food, wine and spirits industry. Frank is a lifetime member of the Cayman Islands Orchid Society and is a member of the Bloody Bay Pirates group. He has two adult children, Hayley and Hunter.
“I appreciate the opportunity to once again serve the National Trust for the Cayman Islands in the capacity of Executive Director. My involvement in the Trust goes back many years and includes being an elected Trust Council member, volunteer, supporter, member, and employee. After a career in business management spanning over 30 years, I am ready to take on the unique challenges awaiting.
“The mission of the Trust is certainly as important now as when it was created back in 1987 under the National Trust Law. In my capacity as Executive Director, I look forward to, and will welcome, the cooperation and assistance of all stakeholders, especially the 71,000+ persons resident in these islands, in order to continue the 35-year-old mission of protecting our heritage for the benefit of present & future generations of the Cayman Islands,” says incoming NTCI Executive Director, Frank Roulstone. Click here to read the full press release.BACK TO NEWS