LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL elected NICOLIN CAROL MOORE at the International Convention in Fukuoka, Japan as they entered into their Centennial celebrations. She is the first female International Director from the Caribbean.

They certainly got off to a great start as Bob Corlew, the International President led Lions to their 100th Anniversary having chosen as his theme “New Mountains to Climb”. He recognized that the world today faces a number of challenges, which we must rise above. Reaching to the top of these individual mountains is our challenge and Lion Nicolin has already climbed a few mountains of her own. 







This serious minded Lion is also a fun loving, caring individual and quite the conversationalist. A simple conversation with her can leave you with a wealth of knowledge.

Lion Nicolin has been a Lion for 24 years and a Lioness for 12years prior. In her time as a Lion she has held almost every position on the board and went on to hold several offices at both MD60 and International.

As evidence of her continued support to LCIF and her belief in Lionism, she holds a 6 diamond Progressive Melvin Jones Fellows.

Lion Nicolin is also the third International Director to be selected from Multiple District 60 and the first female. She continues to take Lionism in the Caribbean to soaring heights and is certainly charting the course for us Caribbean Lions. She is a true exemplar of the words used in her campaign, “It always seems impossible until it is done”-Nelson Mandela.


Nicolin at-a-glance

Nicolin believes that the “best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others” (Gandhi). She therefore, continues to involve herself in serving her community.

Using her abilities as a presenter/trainer, she conducts specialised workshops for a variety of community groups including youth at risk, and the visually impaired. She works with non-profit entities helping each of them stay true to their vision. She is also a motivational speaker.

Nicolin holds a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Natural Sciences, a Diploma in Education, a Master’s in Education, a Diploma in Airline Management and Certificates in Public Relations, Interior Design and Train-the-Trainer.

She has had a successful career in the field of education and, in the private sector she has held managerial positions in the areas of Human Resource Training and Customer Relations.

Nicolin has also been an Interior Designer, transforming rooms in homes and creating stimulating yet efficient office designs. 

Since November 2015, she has been a member of the Board of Governors of The University of Trinidad and Tobago.

Nicolin and her spouse Rudy have three children


The Lions Clubs International Board of Directors comprises 34 international directors. Together, they serve our association by:

  • Supervising all officers and committees of the board and association.
  • Managing association business, property and funds.
  • Preparing and approving the association's fiscal year budget.

International directors serve for two years and are designated as either first year directors or second year directors.


The First Female to serve on the International Board of Director was Nilofar Bakhtiar of Pakistan in the term 1999-2001 

The First International Director from MD 60 was Louis Chung of Suriname who served in 1976-1978

The last time MD 60 had a member on the international board was in the year 1996. Over 20 years ago  when PID Terence Boswell Inniss was elected.


Forums have the purposes of:

  • Promoting the principles and objectives of Lions Clubs International
  • Training, educating and motivating district and club officers
  • Providing for exchange of information and discussion of service activities, including opportunities for cooperative service projects
  • Advancing the interests of the Lions Clubs International Foundation

Multiple District 60 was part of Constitutional Area 3, Latin American Countries, but we asked to be moved to an area where the official language was English.  Our MD was made part of the US (Constitutional Area 1) in 2015. The District is now teamed with the United States, Bermuda and the Bahamas.

All Lions in the constitutional area in which the forum is held are invited to participate. The upcomig USA/Canada forum will be held in

  • Columbus, Ohio, September 20-22, 2018
  • Spokane, Washington, September 19-21, 2019
  • Louisville, Kentucky, September 17-19, 2020

Lions Day with the United Nations

Nearly 850 Lions and Leos from 36 countries attended the 39th annual Lions Day with the United Nations held on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Attendees convened in the prestigious General Assembly Hall at the UN Headquarters in New York City, New York, USA. 

Commemorating a partnership of 70 years,  Lions Day with the United Nations (LDUN) gives Lions the opportunity to discover how the UN and Lions together can continue to help those in need on a global scale.

At LDUN, held at UN Headquarters in New York City, approximately 500 Lions, UN diplomats and other key representatives discuss targeted humanitarian challenges in engaging panel discussions; celebrate the winners of the International Peace Poster and Essay contests and more.

Lion Nicolin C. Moore was among those who heard from the Carter Center and UN Women where  a memorandum of understanding was jointly signed by LCI and UN Women to align both organizations around gender equality issues. This signing ceremony showed how UN Women and Lions have continued to makes strides with gender equality and peace since last year’s event.

The delgates of MD60 participated in a full program with a theme of health and inclusion, the program highlighted our partnership with Special Olympics and showed how unified sports can help to achieve several of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. They were also among the first to celebrate this year's winners of the International Peace Poster and Essay Contests. LDUN participants have the option to attend the popular Lions-UN luncheon with invited ambassadors in the Delegates Dining Room. A great opportunity to build your network.

LDUN 2017

ID Ln Nicolin with International President Bob Corlew

LDUN 2016

1999-2001: Term of first female international director, Nilofar Bakhtiar, Pakistan and first female international director elect from MD60, Ln Nicolin Carol Moore

LDUN 2015

Lion Nicolin chatting with International President Joe Preston


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