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  • 2015-07-27

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    CMP005 - Interview with Dr. Patrick Hosein - Professor at the University of the West Indies and Electrical and Computer Science Expert

    Tags: male trinidad academia engineer

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is an electrical and mathematical genius. He has 5 degrees from MIT including a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He has worked with some of the major cellular companies in the world like AT&T, Ericsson and Huawei. He has been granted 39 international patents in telecommunications and wireless communications with 42 still pending. He was contracted by TSTT to head the team responsible for bringing internet to T&T for the first time. He is currently the CEO of the Trinidad and Tobago Network Information Centre which manages the .tt domain; A Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; A Professor at the UWI and one of the 2015 awardees of the Anthony Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence for his work in Science and Technology Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…Let’s meet Professor Patrick Hosein.


  • 2015-09-21

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    CMP013 - Learn the keys to a successful career with Lara Quentrall-Thomas - Founder and CEO of Regency Recruitment and Resources Limited

    Tags: female trinidad human resources entrepreneur

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is an expert when it comes to the provision of human resource and recruitment management services; and she has a successful company as proof. She is the founder and CEO of ‘Regency Recruitment and Resources Limited' which she started in 1996 Her company now stands as the nation’s leading employment agency providing administrative and support personnel to local and multinational companies across the region. She is the founder and first President of the Association of Female Executives of T&T. The youngest regional Rotary District Governor and a director on numerous boards like AMCHAM and the British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce just to name a few. She also utilizes her talents to assists various social and charitable groups. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…Let’s meet Ms. Lara Quentrall-Thomas


  • 2017-02-13

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    CMP069 - Feel the Fear but Push Through; featuring Karen Hinds - Founder and CEO of Workplace Success Group

    Tags: female ceo st vincent entrepreneur

    Our special guest and Caribbean mentor is on a mission to develop the next generation of leaders and she has founded and grown a company since 1999 to do just that. Her career began by preparing promising interns to enter and build strong careers in financial services sector. Today she is known as the Emerging Leader Expert and is the Founder and CEO of Workplace Success Group.

    She an entrepreneur, an author, a mother and a wife. Ladies and gentlemen…let’s meet Mrs. Karen Hinds.


  • 2015-09-28

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    CMP014 - Build your BRAND and get noticed with Jason Julien - Deputy CEO-Business Generation of First Citizens Bank

    Tags: male trinidad banking finance corporate

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has a very strategic mind which he used to build an exceptional career in the area of Finance. The journey of his career started after he completed a B.Sc. in Management Studies from the University of the West, Indies where he graduated as the Valedictorian. Today has an MBA and is the holder of the coveted Chartered Financial Analyst designation he is using his talents and knowledge to assist various organizations in Trinidad and Tobago. Some of his previous positions include; • General Manager of First Citizens Investment Services Limited • Assistant Vice-President of Investments at Guardian Asset Management • President of the CFA society of Trinidad and Tobago • Chairman of the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago At present • He holds the position of Deputy CEO of Business Generation at First Citizens. • Vice-Chairman of the Capital Market Development Initiative Committee under the sponsorship of the Central Bank of T&T • Lecturer in the Finance Faculty of the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business. He was recently honoured as one of the “50 Distinguished UWI Alumni” by the UWI Alumni Association of Trinidad and Tobago as part of the St Augustine Campus’ 50th Anniversary celebrations. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation...let’s meet Mr. Jason Julien


  • 2016-12-12

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    CMP058 - The Macguyver Approach; featuring Janice Sutherland - CEO Digicel Antigua & Barbuda and Monserrat

    Tags: female ceo antigua sales corporate

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has extensive knowledge of senior management and has executive experience in sales, project and change management. She has a proven track record of succeeding through creativity, innovation, drive and resourcefulness.

    Today she is the CEO of Digicel Antigua and Barbuda and created history by being the first female CEO in the telecoms sector in the country. She also overseas Digicel Montserrat. Ladies and gentlemen…Mrs. Janice Sutherland.


  • 2017-05-15

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    CMP085 - Speak to Yourself Properly; featuring Conrad Enill - Group CEO at Eastern Credit Union Cooperative Society Limited

    Tags: male ceo trinidad lecturer politics corporate

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is an expert in energy affairs and international finance with broad experience in policy design and implementation. He has held a number of executive positions including that of Chief Executive Officer, General Manager and Management Consultant with a number of regional organizations involved in the businesses of information technology, cooperatives, credit unions and insurance.

    Ladies and gentlemen…Mr. Conrad Enill


  • 2017-02-20

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    CMP070 - An Invitation to Greatness; with Dr. Ruby Brown - CEO of the Management Institute for National Development (MIND)

    Tags: ceo jamiaca leadership development corporate

    Our special guest and Caribbean mentor is committed to elevating and empowering the value of human resources. She is on a mission to build the human resource capacity of the public sector in pursuit of effecting good governance for the development of Caribbean societies and nations. She serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Management Institute for National Development (MIND) and sits on the Steering Committee of the Caribbean Leadership Project.

    Ladies and gentlemen…Dr. Ruby Brown.


  • 2015-11-09

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    CMP020 - Did your first degree in an area you've lost interest in?...Don't worry!! says Gerard Pinard - CEO and MD of Zatopek Solutions Inc

    Tags: male trinidad human resources consultant corporate

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is an expert when it comes to people and the workplace. He has had an exceptional career which spans over 38 years where he has amassed specialized knowledge in areas like Human Resources, Collective Bargaining, Conflict Resolution, Industrial Relations and Grievance Handling. His experience was built by serving organizations in various roles like; Group Executive Manager of HR and Corporate Relations at Angostura, Chairman at The Employers’ Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago and Group VP of Corporate Resources at Guardian Holdings Limited, just to name a few. In 2009 he embarked on a new journey where he started his own management consulting firm where he functions as CEO and Managing Director. He is a family man at heart and shares other interest like Politics, Human Rights and Arts and Culture Ladies and gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…let’s meet…Mr. Gerard Pinard.


  • 2016-01-18

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    CMP026 - Take the Risk and keep moving Forward with Allison Demas - Founder and CEO of Media InSite

    Tags: female trinidad marketing law entrepreneur

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is a self-confessed “Caribbean Woman” who is committed to making a positive impact wherever her life’s journey takes her. After leaving high school she pursued law and became a practicing attorney. However her undying love and passion for creativity and the creative industry caused her to specialize in Copyright and Entertainment Law and to also pursue a Masters in Intellectual Property, Commerce and IT. In 2003 she became CEO of the Copyright Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago (COTT), a position she held for seven years during which she made her mark as a capable and focused leader with COTT’s achievement of recording breaking royalty collections and distributions in 2007 and 2008. She also pioneered the introduction of digital tracking of music on radio which greatly enhanced the operations of the company. Her next challenge where she was also determined to make a positive impact came when she was appointed as the Chairman of the National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago. During her two-year term the NCC’s expenditure decreased by 30%. Today she is the Founder and CEO of Media InSite, a company which she started in 2011. Ladies and gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…let’s meet Ms. Allison Demas.


  • 2016-01-25

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    CMP027 - How to Manage your Valley experiences with Sharon Christopher - Deputy CEO - Operations and Administration at First Citizens Bank

    Tags: female trinidad banking finance law corporate

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is a trail blazer. And she has blazed a trail in the male dominated world of Corporate Finance. Her career began as a lawyer but throughout her journey she has acquired numerous skills and expertise. Today she is the Deputy CEO of Operations and Administration at First Citizens Bank. Her experience and training is wide-ranging covering areas such as banking and finance, corporate governance, banking operations, information technology, marketing, corporate security, corporate communications and human resource management. She is a holder of a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of the West Indies and the holder of a Master of Laws Degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She also holds a Legal Education Certificate from the Hugh Wooding Law School from which she graduated as the most outstanding student. She has been serving at the executive management levels since 1986. She has chaired two Boards, one in the Energy sector and one in the Arts and Entertainment Industry. Throughout her career she has been a Director on 25 Boards and currently sits on the Boards of publicly listed companies in St Lucia and Barbados and on various Boards with in Trinidad and Tobago. She has delivered several presentations at local and regional conferences and has also published articles within her areas of expertise. She is a mother, an author and an advocate for women. Ladies and gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…let’s meet Ms. Sharon Christopher.