Hey everyone, Joel Millington here to tell you about CaribbeanMentors. It’s pretty simple; CaribbeanMentors exists for one purpose; to inspire Caribbean people into action towards achieving their professional goals.
The Caribbean is full of persons who have attained exceptional professional heights and have inspiring life and career journeys. Well, every week I would be interviewing one of these inspiring individuals and we would be discussing how they went about building their careers.
You would get to hear about failures they encountered and the lessons they learnt; the professional steps they took to achieve their goals and why those steps are important. You would get to hear about their day to day activities and what it takes to execute their various responsibilities.
All in all you would be getting great tips and advice that you can use to implement into your career building also.
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has been practicing medicine since the early 80’s. He was awarded an academic scholarship to attend Medical College in 1971. After graduating in 1975, he completed his internship at Queens Hospital Center in New York, followed by a four-year residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the esteemed Columbia University’s in New York. He also demonstrated his all-round capabilities and skills by hosting morning programs on several of the leading television channels and has lead various NGOs.
Ladies and gentlemen…Dr. Keith Clifford.
About the Host
Joel Millington is a professional Business System Analyst and has been working in this space for over twelve (12) years. He specializes in managing large transaction based Enterprise Information Systems. He is the holder of a Masters’ in Business Administration with specialism in Strategic Planning from the Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Business School and a Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Information Systems and Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He relishes working on new and innovative projects which lead to having a positive social impact. His mission is to become a successful social entrepreneur.