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Bahamian inducted into Heritage hall of fame

  • Barbara Major has been inducted into the Heritage Education Funds International Hall of Fame.

Published: May 08, 2013

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Barbara Major has been inducted into the Heritage Education Funds International Hall of Fame for her dedication to the advancement of higher education and as an exceptional performer.

Major was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Heritage’s recent annual convention in Huatulco, Mexico.

The criteria for being inducted to the Heritage Hall of Fame is quite challenging. In order to qualify for consideration individuals must meet the requirements in one of two categories — developer and builder.

The Heritage Sales representative must have a minimum of 20 years of service and have consistently displayed excellence throughout his/her career with a minimum enrollment of 2,000 children. And the Heritage agency director or manager must have the 20 years service minimum and displayed excellence in production, recruitment, and persistency.

Scott McIndless, chairman of the Board of Heritage Education Funds, said that Major was the first member in the Hall of Fame to qualify in both categories and that there was no other inductee in the Hall of Fame who has produced more than Major.

She also happens to be the first female inductee into the International Hall of Fame in the history of Heritage.

Heritage Education Funds is an institution that helps parents, grandparents and other interested sponsors save for a child’s future post-secondary education through the provision of an educational saving plans. Heritage has been operating in the Bahamas for over 20 years.

After many years in the field of banking, Barbara commenced a new career path in 1992 with Heritage, starting out as district manager and was soon thereafter promoted to country head and agency director for The  Bahamas. Over the years she has assisted many families and witnessed thousands of Bahamian students benefit from a Heritage education savings plan, started by either their parents and or guardians for their children’s future post-secondary education.

People interested in obtaining more information about Heritage Education Funds International and Education Savings Plans, are invited to  visit www.HeritageESP.com

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