APSSM President to change; Sharon Fraser commits to a smooth transition

APSSM President to change; Sharon Fraser commits to a smooth transition

Yesterday, we told you that President of the Association of Public Service Senior Managers (APSSM) is leaving the public service. Sharon Fraser is to retire later in March after having served as the Chief Magistrate. In speaking to the media, Fraser said that the association will eventually change its leader and she’s committed in doing everything she could to ensure that there’s a smooth transition. 

Sharon Fraser, Chief Magistrate: “Even though the constitution does not say that or does not provide that you have to be a serving public officer to be a part of the association I think I’m at the point where I just want to quiet my spirit. I am going to assist in whatever way I can. I’m going to put something in place for a proper transition and then eventually I’m hoping that I will have a replacement that has the kind of tenacity, the drive, the commitment that I’ve given to the association. So eventually yes I will give somebody else a chance to shine.”

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