New president of the STINAPA Board of Directors – Stinapa Bonaire National Parks Foundation


New president of the STINAPA Board of Directors

Last Tuesday evening, September 18, 2018, Delno Tromp was elected unanimously by the STINAPA board of directors as the new president.

Mr. Tromp is very experienced in the public and private sector in Bonaire and Curacao as well as in the Netherlands and the USA. Tromp, a Bonairean, was already previously a member of the STINAPA board before being elected as the new president.

“I have always been very interested in the strong connection with nature, which is the foundation of our community, our inheritance and economy, and our future here on Bonaire. Furthermore this realization always motivated my public, professional and social activities, especially Bonaire, the island that is my home where I was born”, Mr. Tromp explains.

“STINAPA already started with the execution of an ambitious progressive plan. We are on the way of big changes; a more specific focus on STINAPA’s mission, a new structure to help us reach desired goals, a stronger relationship with our community and partners in the public and private sector and to reach a higher level of service. Changes and journeys of improvement are hard and difficult work sometimes, but very necessary. I am very happy with this opportunity to be able to contribute to our common goal: that STINAPA will continue with the service to our community successfully and with pride”, Tromp finalizes.

Mr. Delno Tromp studied in Puerto Rico and the mainland of the USA and has an impressive resume. He has a Ph. D., Doctorate of Philosophy and Business Administration; an M. Sc., Master of Science, in Business Administrative Studies; a B. A., Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Tourism and a Minor in Marketing; and Tromp is a A. Sc., Associate of Science Hotel Administration.

We look forward to a continued productive and successful relationship with the board under this new leadership.

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