Our Board of Directors

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Hope Stephenson

Hope Stephenson “Miss Hope” is one of the most well-known faces in Cayman through her work as a receptionist at the Government Administration Building.  Around since the beginning of the Cancer Society, she has been a constant source of help to the people we are here to serve.  For many years she was in charge of patient equipment so this lady knows her way around an equipment warehouse!  She also knows her way around the kitchen because this lady makes a delicious heavy cake.  When Miss Hope was asked what drink she cannot live without, she replied ‘MILO from Jamaica’

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Dr. Samantha Digby

Dr. Samantha Digby is a general practitioner. Dr. Digby earned her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Medical Science at the University of Nottingham Medical School in England. She completed her vocational training at East Somerset and earned a Diploma in Child Health. She has also earned a diploma from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and is a Member of the Royal College of General Practice. Samantha Digby has conducted General Practice in the UK, Cruise Ship Medicine and General Practice in the Cayman Islands. Dr. Samantha Digby practices family medicine with a whole body approach to wellness for all ages. Additionally, Dr. Digby specialises in women’s health issues, health screenings, chronic disease management, insurance physicals and work permit physicals. Dr. Digby is married to a stand-up comedian and they have three young daughters.

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Tash Macfadyen

Originally from Australia, Natasha (Tash) Macfadyen is an experienced lawyer and volunteer extraordinaire. She has been volunteering with the CICS in various capacities for years. One of her areas of interest is bone marrow donorship. Tash is passionate about adding more donors to the world wide bone marrow registry, especially those of Afro-Caribbean ancestry, who are under-represented globally. She is a champion of this cause and is determined to make a difference. Tash is married to Michael and together they have 2 beautiful daughters.

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Dave O’Driscoll

Dave O’Driscoll is a ginger-haired Irishman with a big MO and an even bigger heart. Dave moved to Cayman 13 years ago and quickly became involved with the community. From the beginning Dave has been part of “The MOvember Committee” a group of charity-minded men and women who plan events to raise funds and awareness about men’s cancer and mental health issues, while growing their MO (=short for moustache) during the month of November. In 2019 Dave became the Co-Chair of the MOvember Committee and used his boundless energy to lead the MO bros and sistas through another great November in Cayman. He and his wife, MO sista Maria, work tirelessly for the Cancer Society and several other non-profits that include hairy beings, like the Humane Society.

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Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams is the Directors of Operations and Chief Nurses at Doctors Hospital.  She has developed a strong background in clinical care, health promotion, and disease prevention and is committed to advancing the delivery of health care in the Cayman Islands. She is known to be multifaceted and involved in many charitable organizations; focused on women, children, the community and the environment; at the board level and as a volunteer and is a Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce Leadership Cayman 2021 Alumni. When she’s not working or involved in the community, you’ll find her with her dog Diesel or in the gym.

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Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah Brooks is no stranger to the CI Cancer Society and has been a faithful supporter of all we do for many years. She has done everything from planning annual fundraising events, to suddenly doing CPR on someone who collapsed at an educational events all in 4 inch heels and fashionable clothing. Rebekah has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry and was appointed as Head of Marketing and Sales of Health City Cayman Islands in January 2022. She is married and very blessed to be the mother of three beautiful children. When not working or spending time with the family, she enjoys running and skiing.


Simon Garnett

Simon is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA) who qualified with Pannell Kerr Forster (now PKF International) in Nottingham, England and where he provided Business Advisory Services to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SME’s). He then worked in management accounting and management consulting roles for various industry leading companies until relocating to the Cayman Islands in early 2001. Offshore, Simon has worked for Wealth Management organisations in progressively more senior roles culminating in the roles of Group Internal Auditor for a Cayman Banking Corporation and then Chief Financial Officer for a private boutique Bank and Trust Company. In 2017, armed with the experience gained in both onshore and offshore financial services roles, Simon established SGC Limited, a Cayman Islands Company, to provide outsourced CFO services and financial consultancy to businesses and individuals in the Cayman Islands. Simon joined the Cancer Society in September 2021 as Treasurer and became a Director in March 2022. Outside of work, Simon has been a class member and Chair of the Leadership Cayman program, is a trustee of Plastic Free Cayman, and when free time allows, is a keen diver and stand-up paddle boarder.

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Tim Rossiter

Tim is a bald Australian, who moved to the Island 20 years ago and founded Movember Cayman, probably to make up for his lack of hair. A serial community service volunteer, with a passion for rugby union, Tim rejoins the Board after a four-year hiatus.In his day job Tim is an Executive Director & Partner of Harmonic Fund Services; in his spare time he is also Chair of the Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association, Deputy Chair of the Alternative Investment Management Association Cayman Islands, and a keen, if somewhat inept, surfer, skier, paddleboarder, tennis & pickleball player – and of course, still a Mo Bro.

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Sabrina Foster

Sabrina Foster is the founder and principal of Fifty Eleven Consulting Limited, a legal consulting firm. She also serves as a professional independent director in the alternative investment funds industry. Sabrina is a qualified attorney-at-law and has over 23 years’ experience in legal and financial services in the Cayman Islands.  Sabrina first joined the CICS Board in 2013 serving through 2019.  She is super excited to be serving as a board member again. Sabrina is also the mom of Charli, a childhood cancer survivor, diagnosed at the age of 13 months with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Today Charli is a healthy thriving teenager and together with her large ‘Foster’ family, is passionate about supporting the work of CICS and helping to make a difference in the lives of others battling cancer. You can see Charli’s adorable photo (as a toddler) on the cancer survivor’s wall at the George Town Hospital. Sabrina is married to Woody Foster, and they share 4 children and a family dog named, Rocket.


Dan Wright

Dan Wright moved to Cayman in 2013 to join CIBC FirstCaribbean. He is the Chair of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (Cayman) Limited and Managing Director of Private Wealth, responsible for the Private Wealth Management Team across the region, ensuring the highest possible level of client satisfaction by delivering bespoke financial solutions for high net worth clients. Dan is also the CEO of CIBC Cayman Bank Limited a direct subsidiary of CIBC. Dan is a seasoned senior executive within the financial sector. Prior to joining CIBC FirstCaribbean he lead professionals across 18 countries (USA, Latin America, Caribbean, and Asia Pacific) and was responsible for the active management of assets in excess of $50 billion.Dan is a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute and a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. He has also held directorships on the boards of several investment, trust and charitable organizations. He is the Regional Vice-Chair of CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Walk for the Cure, since 2019, in support of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and prior to that the Cayman Chair since 2017. Prior to moving to Cayman in 2013, he was the National Chair of Scotiabank’s United Way Campaign (Canada) 2010-2012 and Director, Casey House Hospice (Toronto) Board 2008-2011. 


Dr. Alison Duncan

Alison Duncan is a Consultant Dermatologist at Integra Healthcare.She grew up in Barbados and completed her medical training at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica. Her dermatology training commenced in the United Kingdom when she obtained a Masters in Dermatology from the St John’s Institute of Dermatology in London. She subsequently completed her registrar training in Liverpool with her first Consultant appointment at the Royal Preston and Chorley Teaching Hospitals Trust in 2008. As the Cayman Islands are wonderfully blessed with a wealth of sunshine, unfortunately, in some skin types the rate of skin cancer is high. Therefore, since arriving to the Cayman Islands in 2015 she has been part of the Educational Committee of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and has given educational talks about sun awareness and skin cancer prevention.She is passionate about the importance of skin cancer prevention and early skin cancer detection as she has seen firsthand how early detection can save lives.She recognises the significant impact that a serious skin cancer diagnosis can have on an individual and their loved ones. She endeavours to support the work of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society for all cancers, supporting, aiding and educating the community. When not at work you will find her on the beach in an UPF swimsuit, sun hat and shades with a large bottle of SPF 50 broad spectrum sunscreen by her side.