Atlantic Caribbean Union

Dr. Cheryl Rolle


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Dr. Cheryl Rolle, a Bahamian by birth and an educator with twenty-nine years’ experience, has served as a teacher, vice principal, principal, and conference education and children’s ministries director with the Adventist church in the Bahamas. Currently, she is the associate secretary and education, children’s ministries, and communication director of the Atlantic Caribbean Union, positions she has held since January 2011.
Dr. Rolle received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education from West Indies College (now Northern Caribbean University) in Mandeville, Jamaica and her Master of Arts in Secondary Teaching from Loma Linda University in California. She earned her Ed. S. and Ed. D. degrees in Educational Administration and Leadership from La Sierra University in Riverside, California.
Her contribution to the Bahamian community has included serving as a member of the Bahamas Association of Seventh-day Adventist Educators, the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools, the College of the Bahamas Council, the Bahamas Family Life and Health Education Advisory Board, and the Advisory Council on Education in the Bahamas. She has also served as a counselor in the Pathfinder organization.
In addition to reading, traveling, shopping, and fishing, Dr. Rolle loves working and interacting with children and young people.
She and her husband, Pedro, have two adult children, Pedro II and Myesha.

Communication Department

The communication department serves union and conference/mission officers and directors by providing communication and support services for the effective sharing of the gospel, organizational policies, and current information and church news with members, church employees, and the public.

The department will accomplish its mission by:

  • Providing training and resources for communication directors
  • Developing guidelines and uniform standards to ensure consistency, coherency, unity, and efficiency in the spreading of the gospel and the dissemination of information.
  • Facilitating the optimum use of the resources in the union.
  • Coordinating the sharing of skills and initiatives among union fields.
  • Promoting the creation of a positive image of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its mission.