Fred Smith, QC; Clifton-Western Bays Waterkeeper
Email: email@example.com Frederick Smith, QC has had an extensive practice in human rights, constitutional, and administrative law. Mr. Smith is now very active in environmental protection litigation. He is the managing partner of the oldest law firm in The Bahamas, Callenders & Co in Freeport and is a director of Save the Bays.
Joseph Darville; Grand Bahama Coastal Waterkeeper
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Joseph is a native of Long Island, on of the islands of The Bahamas and has a passion for the environment of his beloved ‘Bahamaland’ that is unmatched. He is also President of Waterkeepers Bahamas and the Chairman for Coalition to Protect Clifton Bay aka Save the Bays. Joseph formerly taught at St. Augustine’s College and at Queen’s College, both in Nassau. He was also previously the Director of Workforce Development at the Grand Bahama Shipyard. He is fluent in French and is a Reiki Instructor.
Rashema Ingraham; Bimini Coastal Waterkeeper
Email: email@example.com Rashema T. Ingraham serves as both Bimini Coastal Waterkeeper and Executive Director of Waterkeepers Bahamas. Rashema is a certified paralegal who has 5 years of legal experience, working closely on environmental litigation matters. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from the College of The Bahamas (now University of The Bahamas). It was her late grandfather who opened her eyes to the waterworld, taking her into his self-made canoes when she was much younger to catch fish and conch for the night’s enjoyment. She finds peace and tranquility in or near the water, so she spends most of her weekends at the beach with her two children.