Nicky Gurret is an architect, project manager, former planning officer and volunteer in the community and the arts with an inexhaustible desire to make Bermuda better for everyone.
She joined the One Bermuda Alliance because she believes politics should be more inclusive and diverse, and that when we work together we do better.
- Wife and mother of two
- Former resident of Sandys South Central
- Bermuda’s first female registered architect
- Founder of the Bermuda Sand Sculpture Competition
- First female Head of Building Control at the Department of Planning
- Artistic Director and Education Director at the Bermuda International Film Festival
A voice for Sandys South Central
When Nicky first married she lived in Sandys South Central and raised her children there, taking them on the Railway Trail, taking the ferry to work, and being part of the Sandys community.
Actions speak louder than words
Nicky Gurret is a person with ideas who has extensive experience executing and bringing them to fruition.
While working as an architect, she started the Bermuda Sand Sculpture Competition and ran it for 21 years.
She started The Bermuda Beach Art Festival and ran it for six years. She and a friend introduced Pechakucha to Bermuda and ran it for six years.
She has been the Artistic Director and Education Director at the Bermuda International Film Festival for the last four years.
When something needs doing. Nicky gets it done. There are plenty of people who can talk the talk, but especially after the Covid-19 crisis, Bermuda needs people who can get things done. Nicky will do better.
Nicky is passionate about the arts and sees it as a way to relieve the stresses of life and to bring people together and create a beautiful environment. She believes the arts can be a fourth sector for Bermuda. Bermuda can become a mecca for the arts and can bring together creative people from all walks of life.
Nicky is running for the One Bermuda Alliance because she believes more woman should be in politics, and that diverse leadership leads to more imaginative ideas to make Bermuda a better place with more jobs and better education.
Help Nicky help Bermuda do better on October 1.