Embassy Honours Accounts Officer Colleen Isaacs on her Retirement

Posted on: February 9, 2018

2nd February, 2018 – Ministry of Foreign Affairs staff of the Embassy of The Bahamas in Washington, DC

The Embassy of The Bahamas in Washington, DC, hosted a celebratory luncheon in commemoration of the retirement of Mrs. Colleen Isaacs, Accounts Officer, who began her tenure at the Embassy in 1988. In addition to the presence of H.E. Sidney Collie, Ambassador, and Mr. Theo Neilly, Consul General, the luncheon was attended by Ms. Rhoda Jackson, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Bahamas, who praised Mrs. Isaacs for her commitment to the work of the Embassy. Mrs. Isaacs was presented with several tokens of gratitude by the Embassy and Consular Annex, including a plaque “in appreciation of her 30 years of service and dedication to the Embassy”. 

 

 

 



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