Our Council Chair!
Our MD Council Chair this year is Nicolin Carol Moore from the Arima Lions Club in Trinidad and Tobago. She has been involved in our organization since 1980, when she became an originating member of the Arima Lioness club. She served her club in many board positions including that of President. Even at that stage, her leadership qualities were recognized and in 1984 she was appointed Associate District Chairman for Lioness clubs, the only district appointment open to women in Lionism at the time.
In 1992 she became a lion and was elected Charter President of the Arima Santa Rosa Lions club. In the year 2000 she transferred to the Arima Lions club where she has served as Secretary on two occasions and as President three times.
At the district level Lion Nicolin has served as District Chair for Leadership Development (Sub-District 60A as well as Multiple District), as Zone Chair, Region Chair, Cabinet Secretary-Treasurer, First Vice District Governor and as District Governor.
She is a graduate of the Regional Lions Leadership Institute (2002), as well as the International Senior Lions Leadership Institute held in Toronto in 2008. She has a passion for leadership development and has planned and conducted numerous innovative and informative workshops throughout the multiple district.
Lion Nicolin is also a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
In professional life, Nicolin, a graduate of UWI, has been a Biology teacher, a Science lecturer at Teachers College, and a part-time lecturer at the University of the West Indies. She has also held responsibility for HR Training and for Customer Relations in a private sector organization. At present, she is a consultant /trainer in the areas of Human Resources and Interior Design.
Because of her involvement in customer service, she continues to encourage clubs to see their members as their first line customers and to provide them with an ambience in which they can experience pride and satisfaction.
Nicolin has been married to Rudy for 40+ years and together they have 3 adult children and two teenage granddaughters. Her interests include reading, walking, solving crossword puzzles and home decorating.