Executive members of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) New Providence Alumni Association recently presented personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleaning products to the institute during a courtesy call on BTVI President Dr. Robert W. Robertson. Aware that administrators, staff and students completing practical courses are on campus daily, the group decided to assist in BTVI’s continued fight against the coronavirus. BTVI New Providence Alumni Association Chaplain Conrad Hanna – who credits his business savviness to the institute – donated masks. The association has nearly 100 members and expects numbers to increase tremendously after this year’s graduation. The association is committed to providing networking and volunteering opportunities, giving back to BTVI and supporting each other’s professional success. Pictured standing from left to right are Secretary, Jedda Sears; Chair of Hospitality, Kimberlena Saunders-Amahad; BTVI President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson; BTVI New Providence Alumni Association President, Kadren Carey; Treasurer, Christina Gilbert; Chaplain, Conrad Hanna and BTVI Associate Vice President of Fund Development and Alumni Association advisor, Alicia Thompson.