Amber Glasgow remains head of Squash Association
Back row from left-Kevin Hannaway, Mikal Quammie, Claude Bascombe Jr Front row from left- Lynn Cevene, Dr Sherian Slater, Cindy Walcott
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March 1, 2024
Amber Glasgow remains head of Squash Association

The executive of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Squash Association (SVGSA), will once again have Amber Glasgow as its president for the next 12 months.

This, after delegates at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting held last Monday February, 26, 2024, unanimously gave her the stamp of approval.

Glasgow, who first was elected in 2023 to lead the SVGSA’s decision making and governance machinery, has Kevin Hannaway as vice president.

Hannaway served as president from 2019 to 2022, but did not seek re-election in 2023. She adds to the number of experienced administrators within the SVGSA’s new executive.

Former president, Dr Sherian Slater continues her role as treasurer, with Claude Bascombe Jr. retaining his place as secretary after entering the fray last year.

Taking up the role of public relations officer is Mikal Quammie.

The 2024-25 executive is completed by committee members, Lynn Cevene and Cindy Walcott.

Cevene is the only newbie to Squash administration in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Following her re-election Glasgow spoke of the way forward for the organisation.

“ We are going to keep the ball rolling and write the next chapter of success for our association… We believe it is crucial for us to focus on our shared goals and aspirations for the association, especially now that we [are] an Olympic sport.”

Prioritising the operation of the SVGSA for 2024-2025, Glasgow said “ Our priority moving forward will be to build on the successes achieved thus far, as such unity within the association is paramount and I as president, am committed in leading that charge to foster a culture of respect, collaboration and excellence”.

Of significance too, Glasgow noted that the governance structure of the SVGSA has to be looked at.

“ Our constitution is actively being reviewed and we will continue to

involve more members in tasks for the successful and strategic execution of our goals,” she concluded.