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Retired executive Granger Haugh was the founder of U.S. based Cliniqa Corporation, a globally recognized leader in the design and manufacture of liquid stable controls and calibrators used worldwide in the medical diagnostic industry. Upon the sale of the family company, Granger created the Haugh Family Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting U.S. Veterans, creating inclusive learning opportunities for special needs children and social entrepreneurship opportunities for people in recovery from drugs and alcohol.
Granger and his family have enjoyed a 40+ year relationship with Grand Cayman, and the Haugh Family Foundation supports local charitable organizations such as Special Needs Foundation Cayman, The Bridge Foundation, and Beacon Farms. Granger finds satisfaction and excitement in exploring ways to give back to the island, helping its special needs children and Caymanians in recovery become self-sufficient and independent.
Chris serves as a Director and Treasurer. He is a Certified Public Accountant and has an MBA from Cornell University.
His financial services career in accounting and operations has spanned six countries working for some of the largest banks and hedge funds in the world. He has been a volunteer with the related Bridge Foundation in West Bay for many years. Additionally, he did voluntary work with the Flip Flop Foundation, helping a women’s ministry group in Lusaka, Zambia improve the strategy and operations of its micro-business selling handcrafted goods.
John Lemuel “Lem” Hurlston is a native Caymanian and received his undergraduate education in Grand Cayman and Jamaica. He graduated Wandsworth College in London, majoring in Finance and Public Auditing.
Lem served 26 years in public service to the Cayman Islands, holding positions of Chief Secretary and Deputy Governor, among the highest posts in Cayman Civil Service.
Lem holds several board positions and directorships within the Cayman business and nonprofit sectors, including The University College of the Cayman Islands, the Maritime Authority and is an Honorary Representative of the Royal Commonwealth Society. He has twice been honored by Her Majesty the Queen with the awards of Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) and the Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO). He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University College of the Cayman Islands in 2012. A respected author, his memoirs entitled “A life that counts” was published in 2016.
Scott Haugh has over ten years clinical experience as a licensed Chemical Dependency Professional, helping others escape the grip of addiction and co-occurring mental illness. He specialized in bringing trauma based therapeutic approaches to ultra-marginalized populations including those incarcerated and homeless.
A graduate of Seattle University with a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership, Scott is a Director of The Haugh Family Foundation, focusing on creating and developing funding partnerships and fundraising strategies. Scott serves on the board of Special Needs Foundation Cayman, The Bridge Foundation Cayman and The Beacon of Hope Cayman Foundation.
Frank "Bud" Volinski
Frank “Bud” Volinsky has a decades long relationship with, and love of Grand Cayman. Now a permanent resident of Grand Cayman, he received his B.A. in Psychology from Villanova University, and is a Certified General Contractor in the state of Florida.
Upon formal retirement from the construction industry, Bud realised an unmet need in Cayman for safe supported transitional housing for Caymanians in early recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction. In 2010 Bud became a co-founding member of Cayman’s Hope for Today Foundation and served as its first CEO, envisioning, developing, and implementing Cayman’s first supported transitional housing programme. In 2012 Bud co-founded The Bridge Foundation Cayman, a supported transitional “First Step” house for those Caymanians in early recovery and serves as its Executive Director. Bud brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and a passion for helping others to our organisation.
With a college degree in Hospitality, Emma Powell has extensive experience in working with a diverse workforce and a passion for helping people. Emma grew up in Grand Cayman, and is from the Breakers district originally, but has called West Bay home for several years.
Emma has dedicated herself to service to others through her work at The Bridge Foundation and Beacon Farms and considers herself blessed and rewarded daily by the continued successes of those whom with she has worked. “The people I work with make it easy,”
Sue was born and raised in the Chicago area. She attended Western Michigan University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Personnel. She taught Business classes at Lake Michigan College and was later a school counselor for high school students. She is married and has two grown daughters. Before dedicating herself to being a full-time stay at home mom to her two daughters, Susan operated an art business where she sold original oil paintings to a variety of clients.
Susan is currently the President of the Susan L. Klimaitis Foundation where she actively supports several organizations. Interests closest to Susan’s heart include outreach programs for underprivileged children and homeless mothers, including Providence House, and Faubourgh Ballet, and interdisciplinary healing and health programs including Beacon Foundation and Innerlight Healing Center.
Jack brings a wealth of practical knowledge and life experience to The Bridge Foundation and Beacon Farms. A recovering addict himself with eight years of sobriety, Jack is uniquely qualified and experienced for his positions as Operations Manager for The Bridge Foundation and advisory board member of Beacon Farms.
Jack’s experience in management and leadership in supporting transitional housing at The Bridge Foundation allow the organisation to expand programmes and opportunities for those Caymanians in early recovery. His previous practical experience as an Emergency Medical Technician (E.M.T.) and current ownership of a marine construction company is a great benefit to the Bridge Foundation.