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Yvette Cacho, Research Officer

Yvette Cacho, Research OfficerMs. Yvette Cacho is a young Caymanian who has recently joined The Secretariat team as a Research Officer. She is a recent graduate of Florida International University where she obtained a Bachelors degree in Business Administration with a double major in Marketing and Management. Ms. Cacho’s main responsibilities are to coordinate the Public Relations activities of The Secretariat which include the publication of the monthly Constitution News newsletter, organize upcoming public consultation events and facilitate the activities of the programme.

When asked why young Caymanians like herself should become involved in the Constitutional Modernization Review process, her response was “I feel that the Constitution of the Cayman Islands serves as basic legislation for its people, thus all of our people should take an interest in its review. However, it is particularly important that young people become involved in the Constitutional Modernization Review process because today’s young people are tomorrow’s leaders and through our involvement we can all become familiar with and, more importantly, understand what our Constitution is all about. The Constitution has an impact on our daily lives; therefore it is essential that we young people participate in this process. It is OUR Country, OUR Constitution.”

Last Updated: 2007-10-02