Mizpah Bartlett biography
Mizpah Bartlett was born in West End, Grand Bahama on 23rd May, 1938. At the age of 8 she moved to Nassau, attended Mrs. Wright’s Private School, Western Junior and Senior Public Schools then passed the entrance examination for St. John College from which she graduated in 1955.
She immediately took her first job the same year with the then Bahamas Telecommunications Company as an Overseas and Marine Operato. Later transferred out of that department to the Traffic Department while attending commercial classes at nights and eventually attained the position of Secretary to the Deputy General Manager. Seventeen years later she left that Company and opened a Drug Store by the name of Target Drugs & Notions Ltd that she operated for 12 years before closure. Two years after she opened the business, she started work at Roywest Banking (later renamed Coutts & Co) as a private secretary to the Controller. In a few years the company was renamed again to S.G. Hambros. She then worked as a private secretary to the Deputy General Manager, was then promoted to Supervisor of Secretarial Services and finally Administrative Assistant to the Deputy General Manager. During her tenure at this bank, she was able to pursue a correspondence course at LaSalle University as an Administrative Assistant and received a diploma in 1980. She also received a certificate in “Leadership Challenge” from The College of The Bahamas in 1964. In conjunction with the banking job she managed a Deli owned by her daughter Deborah for about ten years until its closure in1999. After 17 years in the banking job, she retired and volunteered her services at Bahamas Faith Ministries and was later paid a stipend working four hours per day for a few years. Lastly she has been acting in the capacity of Vice President of CEO Network from inception. She is divorced and the mother of three children – 1 girl Deborah and two boys, Frank and Wayne.
Inspired yourself with these beautiful devotions:
- STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART: Protecting Our Integrity
- STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART: Our Past Must Not Dictate Our Future
- STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART: Never Give up on Your Dream
- STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART: Remaining Steadfast and Immovable
- STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART: Provocation