Our Board of Directors
Mr. Ebanks is an Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer.Throughout his 36 year career, he has completed numerous specialty courses locally and internationally, in specific manufacturer’s equipment/networks/services, sales, customer service, regulatory and interconnect, forecasting and business planning, Leadership and Management course modules (several taken from Master’s Degree Programmes) etc.
Frank Balderamos is a seasoned executive with over 25 years of management and consulting experience in multiple industries and with expertise in corporate governance, strategic planning, portfolio management and regulatory compliance and is a qualified accountant, registered investment advisor, and accredited director.
Bonnie Anglin brings years of expertise in Accounting, Economics and Public Policy and has held the posts of Chief Financial Officer within the Cayman Islands Government and Chief Statistician at the Cayman Islands Monetary Office (CIMO). In addition to her career experience, Bonnie was also an Adjunct Professor of Economics at the International College of the Cayman Islands for many years and is well versed in the economics of monopolies and oligopolies which are the industries that OfReg regulates.
Natasha Bodden is a Caymanian litigation attorney who practices both in Civil and Criminal matters. She has a wealth of experience in Immigration matters, Labour matters, Civil Servant dispute matters, Family matters, Planning matters, Liquor Licensing matters and contractual disputes, to name a few of the areas she specializes in.
Mr. Francis is currently a Director of Ember Lake Ltd., a cybersecurity & IT management company and a Director of Quadrant Cayman Ltd., a building and electrical contractor company, both registered entities in the Cayman Islands. Prior to this, he was the COO of SALT Wireless from April 2019 to May 2021.
Our Management Team
Peter Gough’s career spans over 32 years, in the Cayman Islands Civil Service majority of which has been spent in the public service managing organisations and developing and implementing policy in human resources and financial management. Latterly, focused on governance, public sector reform, learning and development and constitutional issues. He has held the posts of Budget Director, Deputy Financial Secretary, Deputy Head of the Civil Service, Strategic Advisor to the Deputy Governor and Leadership and Management Trainer at the Civil Service College.
Sonji Myles is responsible for directing and overseeing the regulation and development of the Information and Communication Technology (‘ICT’)sector in the Cayman Islands. Having worked with OfReg from inception and before that as a senior member of the Information and Communications Technology Office(‘ICTO’), Sonji has a wealth of experience in ICT regulatory matters, ICT policy and strategic development, cybersecurity, licensing, compliance, and enforcement.
John Epp serves as General Counsel. Earlier in his career, John served the people of the Cayman Islands as the Deputy Director of the Law School, the first Complaints Commissioner, and an attorney-at-law. John has published important commentaries in the leading legal journals and served the community through the Rotary Service Club and the Soup Kitchen at Elmslie United Church. John earned his PH.D. in law from the University of Liverpool in 2001.
Melissa Powery serves as Financial Controller at OfReg and has responsibility for its financial reporting and accounting functions which include the preparation and management of the Office’s budget, preparation of the management accounts and audited financial statements, and policy development and implementation.
Christen Suckoo has worked in the Cayman Islands Civil Service and now Public Service for over 20 years. He began his career in Risk Management and has held several roles such as Policy Analyst in the Cabinet Office and was instrumental in the Constitutional Modernisation Initiative which brought about Cayman’s current Constitution, as the Deputy Director of the Constitutional Review Secretariat.