Nandi S Outerbridge JP, MP
Nandi S Outerbridge is part of a rising generation of young Bermudians who see the need for change and want to be involved in ensuring a prosperous and sustainable future for all Bermudians. Nandi said she got involved in politics and joined the One Bermuda Alliance (OBA) because she was concerned about the direction Bermuda was heading, the unprecedented problems facing her generation, and wanted to play her part and help.
In December, 2012, Nandi became one of the youngest Members of Parliament when the OBA was elected Government. She is currently the Member of Parliament for St. George's West, Constituency 2 and Junior Minister for Community Culture and Sports and Junior Whip in the House of Assembly. Educated at Warwick Academy and Saltus Grammar School in Bermuda, Nandi went on to attend CompuCollege in Halifax, Nova Scotia where she earned a degree in business and computer applications and a certificate in supervisory management, achieving the highest grades of her class.
Nandi has worked in the Bermuda business sector for 7 years, has expertise in high level bookkeeping and account management and serves on several charitable boards including the Cedarbridge board of Governors.
Nandi currently works as the Financial Controller at Bermuda Engineering Company Ltd, a sustainable development company specializing in solar installation. She has also worked in the hedge fund and investment industry where she gained firsthand knowledge of Bermuda’s international business sector. She is currently attending Bermuda College in the evening and working toward an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) designation.
As the Chairman of the Future Bermuda Alliance, a member of the Le Leche League in Bermuda, and the Youth Coordinator of Footy Productions Charity in Bermuda, Nandi is passionate about giving back to the community. As an athlete and competitive runner, Nandi has represented Bermuda at a number of events around the World. Nandi is also passionate about helping improve Bermuda’s public education system, in which her young son, Shiia is enrolled.