Trini elected by Lions International

The election took place at the 99th Lions Club International Annual Convention, held in Fukuoka, Japan, from June 24 to 28. She was endorsed by the Lions of the English- speaking Caribbean, the area known as Multiple District 60 (MD60), extending from Guyana and Suriname to Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

The election means that Moore will sit on the board of directors for the next two years, working to set policies and programmes for the 44,000 plus Lions clubs worldwide, including 29 in TT . She is the first Caribbean female to hold this position, said a media release.

Moore has served for 36 years as a member of the Lions organisation. Over the years, she has held several prestigious positions, including president of the Arima Santa Rosa Lions Clubs and District Governor in 2010-2011. During her Lions career she has won several accolades including Lioness of the Year, Lion of the Year, the Club President Excellence Award and the District Governor Team Excellence Award.

Moore holds a BSc (Hons) in Natural Sciences, a Diploma in Education, a Master’s in Education and a Diploma in Airline Management.

She has had a successful career in the education sector and in the private sector she has held managerial positions in the areas of human resource training and customer relations. Since November, she has been a member of the board of governors of the University of Trinidad and Tobago.

Moore and her spouse, Rudy have three children and two granddaughters. Moore is highly regarded by her fellow Lions. Terence Boswell Inniss, of the Port-of-Spain Central Lions Club, who served as an international director from 1996- 1998, says in the release: “Nicolin has been at the forefront of leadership


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