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Jan 25, 2023

Tina Cambridge Promoted to Chief Operating Officer at Templeton World Charity Foundation

Templeton World Charity Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Tina Cambridge as COO.

By Templeton Staff

Templeton World Charity Foundation (TWCF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tina Cambridge as its Chief Operating Officer. Responsible for the design and implementation of business strategies, Cambridge’s expertise in building procedures and strategies will enhance the Foundation’s operations in support of its strategic goals.

With over three decades of leadership experience, Cambridge currently oversees all operational and administrative functions of the Foundation. She supports the President in leading the Foundation and provides support to TWCF Directors in Programs and Programs development. “Since her arrival in early 2020, Tina has been a major positive driving force within the foundation, building out our business functions with efficiency and insight. In light of Tina’s excellent performance and growing responsibilities, I am pleased to promote her to the role of Chief Operating Officer. She will continue to lead the business team with oversight for grant negotiation, management, budget, financial management, and human resources,” says TWCF President, Andrew Serazin.

Before joining TWCF, Cambridge spent over thirty years in the insurance industry, most recently having led and developed the Caribbean operations with a focus on employee benefits programs for one of the world’s leading insurance companies, Generali Worldwide. Cambridge has served The Bahamas Insurance Association in various executive capacities over the years, participating in regulatory working groups and lending expertise to the legislative landscape governing the industry. She was appointed a Director of the National Health Insurance Authority, thereby contributing to the ongoing development of a universal healthcare program for The Bahamas.

"I am very excited to herald a new focus on the structure and operations of the Foundation, particularly in pursuit of our global mission. I’m energized to lend to the focussed assessment, enhancement of processes and procedures that have served the Foundation in the past with a view to meet the future needs for our long-term strategic goals. We aim to ensure Sir John's vision of building an entity that will serve his intended purposes for well over the next 100 years,” says Cambridge.

Cambridge received a law degree with honors from the University Wolverhampton, as well as a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the University of Windsor. She has been designated a Certified Manager by the Institute of Certified Professional Managers and maintains an Association with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She is a founding member of the Bahamas Chapter of CIArb, a Chartered Director (C.Dir.) and a member of the Caribbean Institute of Directors.  

"At TWCF, we enjoy a very dedicated team, and to find myself in a position to effectively support all team members' opportunity to develop and flourish during this stage of the Foundation's development is a very humbling and exciting prospect, " says Cambridge.