Our Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors is a group of people from various different backgrounds that came together after Hurricane Dorian and began working toward a common goal to provide relief and assistance to their friends and residents in Abaco and to help restore the Communities that they love.
Our Advisory Council
Our Advisory Council is made up of members of the community, representing local government, emergency services, local residents, Treasure Cay Limited, local businesses and second homeowners. We are grateful for their support and for their time and continued efforts.
Corbett Medical, Emergency Services and Community Center
Louis is a Homeowner in Treasure Cay and The President of the Palm Bay Homeowners Association. HIs company, Meristem Packaging Company, has donated numerous plates, cups and bags as part of the relief efforts in Northern Abaco.
Administrator and Representative of Treasure Cay Township
Bill and his wife, Gert, have been coming to Treasure Cay for over 20 years and have owned in the Beach Villas for the past 12 years. Bill has been President of the Beach Villa Owners’ Association (BVOA) for 8 years, served on the TCPOA board, served as President of the Treasure Cay Community Foundation (TCCF) and has recently returned to that board, and serves on the board of Treasure Cay Amenities, Ltd. (TCAML). He and Gert reside in Treasure Cay for 6-9 months per year and in New Hampshire when not in TC. They have finished rebuilding their villa. Bill is a commercial appraiser by trade, with decades of experience in valuing resort properties, inclusive of hotels, marinas and golf courses.
Matthew Taylor is a resident of Murphy Town and small business owner in Abaco. Taylor is a stronghold in the community and a valued member of the Abaco Strong Advisory Council.
President, Bahamas Beach Club
Managing Director of Treasure Sands Club
David’s personal Treasure Cay story commenced in 1971 when his parents, Peter and Betty, purchased a Garden Villa. In 1979, they purchased “Toad Hall” on Ocean Boulevard together with the Hepburn family. A Lowe painting commemorating Betty’s love for Treasure Cay hangs in the Community Centre, who died in 1980. Peter remarried and introduced Vivienne to the delights of Treasure Cay. They remained active residents, yacht club members, and keen socializers, and were a key part of the community until Vivienne had a stroke 14 years ago.