Bonnie Davis P’13’18

Bonnie Davis is based in Nassau, Bahamas and is the administrator at the Tomlinson Family Office. She is responsible for the oversight/reporting of investments as well as the day to day running of the office. Prior to this, Bonnie was the administrator for High Tor Limited. 

She is also a director of the Tomlinson Family Scholarship Foundation which provides funding for Bahamian students to attend university in Canada. Responsibilities include financial planning/fundraising to ensure sustainability of the scholarship as well as assisting in the vetting of potential scholars and monitoring/follow-up with current scholars.

Bonnie also is a director for Hailmar Holdings of which she oversees all aspects of the trust.

She values being involved in the local community. Bonnie played an active part in fundraising/planning for the Hospital for Sick Children’s Caribbean Initiative which targeted improving the health care of children suffering from blood disorders and blood cancers in the Caribbean region including the Bahamas. This also included collaborating with the University of the West Indies. She also participated in studies with the Hospital for Sick Children in the capacity of a patient advocate having received credit for authorship in the study Guideline for the Management of Fever and Neutropenia in Children with Cancer and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Recipients.

Bonnie is a past director and board secretary of St. Andrew’s School, a private IB school located in Nassau, Bahamas. She is also a past director for the Junior Baseball League of Nassau and Lignum Vitae, Nassau.

Bonnie presently is a director and treasurer of TCS Fund (Bahamas) Ltd. and a current member of the TCS governance committee; also a past TCS Global Ambassador for the Bahamas.

She currently resides in Nassau with her husband Errol and they are proud parents of Trinity College School alumni Hailey ’13 and Marcus ’18.