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Nandi Davis is part of a rising generation of young Bermudians who see the need for change and want to be involved. She says, “I’m 25 and got into politics because of my concerns about the direction Bermuda is heading. I want to play my part and help. The problems my generation faces are unprecedented, and I don’t believe the current government has solutions for any of them.
“The government’s huge debt and interest payments are serious burdens that my generation will have to deal with. The failing economy and lack of confidence have also
made it more and more difficult for young Bermudians to find good jobs – and I hear the frustration out there.”
Nandi was educated at Warwick Academy and Saltus Grammar School in Bermuda, and then went to CompuCollege in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She earned a degree in business and computer applications and a certificate in supervisory management. She graduated with the highest grades for the year in her course.
Nandi currently works as an executive assistant to the managing director of AMS Ltd, a fund administration company. Through her work, she has gained firsthand knowledge of international business — having also worked for a hedge fund and interned at Orbis Investment Management. She is currently attending Bermuda College in the evening and working toward an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) designation.
Her parents are Deborah and Dwayne Brown. She has a son, Shiia, who is two years old.
Because of her young son, Shiia, Nandi is very concerned about the state of public education. She says, “The current public education system is not as good as it should be and a lot of talent is being wasted. Young Bermudians are not getting the skills and training they need to enter the job market with confidence. I believe the OBA will significantly improve Bermuda’s classroom experience by investing in better professional development for teachers and finally implementing a much-needed technical curriculum.”
As an athlete and competitive runner, Nandi has represented Bermuda at a number of events around the world, including the Carifta Games in the Bahamas. She feels more can be done to support our young athletes.
"At twenty-five I have a voice and that voice is heard when I sit in caucus. The OBA is the party of change, and I really like that."
A go-getter who is committed to education and to finding solutions for the debt that is being left to future generations, Nandi Davis is concerned that under the current PLP government her generation will simply never be able to become homeowners. "I don’t believe the PLP have anything left to offer Bermudians, anything that they could have done should have been by now."
Daughter of Deborah and Dwayne Brown, Nandi has lived in Hamilton Parish all of her life, and as a mother to son Shiia 2, Nandi knows all too well the challenges of single parenthood.
A professed computer-whiz, Nandi received a degree in Business and Computer Applications and a certificate in Supervisory Management through CompuCollege in Halifax, Nova Scotia, achieving the highest grades for the year in her course. Never satisfied with the status quo, Nandi not only works full time as a personal assistant to the director of AMS, a fund administration company, but she is also enrolled in the Bermuda College, as a PACE student, a year away from obtaining an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) designation.
Nandi is firmly committed to the community, volunteering at organizations such as the Kathmandu Kids Society and the La Leche League. Her skills as a top island runner have allowed her to travel the world to compete, including having had the honor of representing Bermuda in the Bahamas at the Carifta Games.
Nandi's youth, exuberance and ambition make her the ideal candidate for St. Georges West. "I chose the OBA because I saw diversity—people who are passionate about the country they live in." Nandi Davis is a breath of fresh air and the type of youthful voice Bermuda needs now.