Using overseas expeditions, local training and ongoing coaching, we challenge young Bermudians to harness their full potential and develop skills for life.


Board of Directors


Here is a group of incredible people that we just don't highlight enough - our Board of Directors. They work diligently to ensure that we uphold the highest governance standards possible, including maintaining our Certification with the Bermuda National Standards Committee. We couldn't do what we do without them and their incredible support!


From left to right are:


Mr. Andy Burrows (Chief Investment Officer at Bermuda Tourism Authority)

Vice-President: Ms. Nekisha Tyrrell (Underwriter at HSBC Bank Bermuda)

President: Mrs. Gita Blakeney-Saltus (Executive Director at Pathways Bermuda and co-owner of Flowers By GiMi)

Board Chair: Ms. Tasha Jones (Owner at MacroAdvisory)

Mrs. Kaywell Outerbridge (Executive Secretary Personal Assistance at AIC Bermuda & Parent of an Alumnus)

Treasurer: Ms. Carol Feathers (Consultant/Managing Director at Estera Global)

Chair of the Alumni Committee: Ms. Jermae Paynter-Smith (Borneo '12, Tanzania '16, Reserve Police Officer & Business Partner)

Mr. Ben Fairn (Business Owner of Irie 98.3 Fm Bermuda, Aardvark Communications, Segway Tours Bermuda & Cambridge House Bermuda)


Not present are Mr. Alex Dill (Borneo '06 & Owner at Primal Nation) and Ms. Stacey Adams (CEO at Raleigh International)



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Executive Director: Tina Nash


Featured Alumni


Volunteer of the Year 2016 Keri 18Sep17 for webKeri Pacheco


Keri completed her expedition to Tanzania in 2013 and has been volunteering with Raleigh Bermuda ever since. In 2016, she volunteered as a Project Manager with Raleigh Borneo for 13 weeks to continue her personal and leadership development. Whether it's as a Leader for our Training Camps or as the Deputy Chair of our Alumni Committee, Keri continues to be an integral part of our Raleigh Family and Programmes.


“I had given all I could. I taught children. I built toilets and stoves. I made lifelong friendships. I felt the pain of those less fortunate, but their gratitude, I will never forget. I pushed harder than I ever have before. When I was down, I picked myself up. I overcame sickness, learned valuable life skills and overcame my fears. I never gave up on myself. Lesson learned - I possess all the strength and determination it takes to overcome any obstacle and to be my own hero.” Keri

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