Board of Directors
Kevin D. Seymour
Chairman & President Elect of the Board of Directors
Kevin D. Seymour brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Home and serves as Chairman and President elect of the 2021 GBCH Board of Directors.
Fatima-Zahra serves on the 2021 GBCH Board as a Director. She fell in love with The Bahamas when she first visited Grand Bahama in 2001. Born in Morocco, Fatima-Zahra moved to France when she was four years old. While in France, she studied business and communication and passed her Baccalauréat at the Lycée Alphonse Daudet in Tarascon.
Debbie Hastings lives in California with her husband, two children, cat and dog. Growing up she
always wanted a career that helps others, but particularly helping those most vulnerable and
has dedicated her whole 20-year career working for non for profits.
Board Secretary and Child Welfare Liaison
Sarah Stretton first came to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home as a volunteer with a group called ‘Friends Of The Home’ who assisted with fundraising.
Lesley Davies-Baptista began working with fundraising and special events for the Home more than 15 years ago. She currently serves on the 2021 GBCH Board of Directors as Legacy Director. Lesley also sits on the Executive Committee and oversees donor relations and direct funding for the Home.
Charmaine V. Adderley serves the Home as Treasurer for the 2021 GBCH Board of Directors and sits on the Executive Committee with responsibility for Budget and Finance.
Lynne began volunteering with the Grand Bahama Children's Home in 2005 to help with planning the Home's 25th anniversary celebration. She joined the Board of Directors in 2021 with responsibilities for employee and volunteer relations.
Andrew (Andy) Stofleth
Andy Stofleth serves on the 2021 GBCH Board of Directors as the SBP Representative. He is a two-time combat veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and has worked for SBP on major disaster recovery efforts across the United States, Puerto Rico and The Bahamas.
Ms. June M. Hutcheson was appointed to the position of Executive Director of Grand Bahama Children’s Home on March 8, 2021.She grew up in Grand Bahama but relocated to Florida as a teen. After completing university, she moved to Nassau to begin her career with the Catholic Board of Education. Ms. Hutcheson has earned a MS in Varying Exceptionalities from Nova Southern University and a BS in Psychology and Criminology from St. Leo University.