Redman still BSTU president
MARY REDMAN has been re-elected president of the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU).
During the union’s annual general meeting held yesterday at the National Union of Public Workers’ Dalkeith, St Michael headquarters, she held off a stiff challenge from Andrew Brathwaite to keep the post she has held for the past 11 years.
Reverend Charles Morris, the former second vice-president, was elected as first vice-president, Donna King the new second vice-president, while former general secretary Leslie Lett will now serve as third vice-president.
Dawn Grosvenor-Davis is the new general secretary, while Kirtis Luke and Nicole Branch were returned as deputy general secretary and treasurer, respectively.
Public relations officer is Carseen Greenidge.
A NATION team was asked to leave the meeting by Redman, who continues her stance against the newspaper for several articles which were carried last year. (RB)