Bruno E. Richards was born in Antigua to parents Ketural and Ronald Richards in the village of Urlings. He worked at a young age in the family baking business. In 1978 he joined the Antigua and Barbuda Royal Police Force and was awarded training with the Department of the United States Navy in Rodman, Panama where he trained as a Holl Maintenance Technician. In 1986 he resigned as a police officer, moved to the United States and continued his childhood career as a baker. With years of hard work and dedication, he is now the proprietor of a successful business, Fancy Loaf Bakery. Some of our new initiatives include facilitating local community projects to benefit Antiguans in need and providing financial support in the form of scholarships to our local students.
Geraldine Browne is originally from Clare Hall and an alumni of the Faith and Hope High School in Antigua. She is currently employed by the United States Postal Service as a Retail Sales Associate. She is a veteran who served in the United States Army during the Saudi Arabian War. She has been an active member of the Antigua and Barbuda Association of South Florida for many years and has served as both Secretary and Vice President in past administrations.
Denise D. Nicholas, a Cedar Grovian at heart, is the daughter of the late Mr. Malcolm “Enoch” Nicholas and Mrs. Roma Nicholas. Currently employed with the Miami-Dade County Public Works and Waste Management Department, Ms. Nicholas is a Certified Supervisor in Construction Management with certifications as Mediator in the Workplace, Management of Multi-Generational Employees and Leadership. Ms. Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice Administration with a concentration in Medical Forensics. She is known as the Hospitality Lady who furnishes Antiguans and Barbudans abroad with emergency needs.
Casper M.B. Mannix, proud Antiguan, is a Code Compliance Officer with the City of Miramar. He is married to Mrs. Sylvanie Mannix and is the father of Kyla Sarita Mannix. He is a founding member of the Antigua and Barbuda Association of South Florida and has served in the capacity of Treasurer before. He is a Guardian Ad Litem, a Notary Public and a Democrat.
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Kathy Wint was born and raised in Golden Grove Antigua then migrated to the United States to attend college. She is the Director of Economic Development at HandsOn Broward, where she manages the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program and develops and oversees all financial literacy programs to include seminars and workshops. She is a founding member of the Broward VITA Coalition, which brings together local non-profits to share ideas and create a new standard for the VITA program in Broward County and has been recognized by the IRS Spec Office as best partner in the local area within the first year and for outstanding work with the program. She is a huge supporter of Antiguan culture and has been a member of the ABASF since 2010.
Sharlene Adams, a proud Antiguan and a dynamic professional works as an Assistant Client Service Manager at I.W.S. She is the proud mother of four boys with the eldest child attending Valencia College in Orlando FL. She enjoys demonstrating her love for her Antiguan music, food and culture.