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CMP005 - Interview with Dr. Patrick Hosein - Professor at the University of the West Indies and Electrical and Computer Science Expert
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.
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has built an extensive career which spans over thirty one years. He has held various positions in operations management, project management, construction management and business development, both in Trinidad and the United States. Some of his previous positions include; • President of PPGPL • Director of Special Projects for Natural Gas Liquid • Marketing and System Manager at Conoco in Houston, Texas. He has also used his experience to serve on various boards like • The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago (AmCham TT) as the former President • Vice Chairman of the Board of the Energy Chamber • Director on the board of the Arthur Lok Jack School of Business • Safe to Work Implementation Board (STOW) • Advisory Board for Habitat for Humanity and • A member of the Board of the Engineering Institute. He now serves as the Executive Chairman of the Energy & Industrial Gases Business Unit; Massy Energy. Ladies and gentlemen…Caribbean Nation...Let’s meet Mr. Eugene Tiah
CMP034 - The Race is Not for the Swiftest; But...with Donald Baldeosingh - President of the ENMAN Group
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has a very technical mind which he has used to contribute to some very innovative projects throughout his career. Trained in the area of Electronics & Instrumentation his career has led him to work in various companies like; The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission; Trinidad Aggregate Products Ltd and The Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago where he served as Chairman from 1996 to 2000. Today he serves as the President of the ENMAN Group; a company he founded in 1993 which operates on the mantra of doing good while doing well. He believes that through vision, critical thinking, innovation and leadership the sustainable use of resources, economic empowerment and development can be achieved. Ladies and gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…let’s meet Mr. Donald Baldeosingh.
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is determined to leave her mark of excellence on everything that she pursues.
She graduated as the first black female engineer from the United States Coast Guard Academy. She has a BSc. In Civil Engineering; an MSc. In Architectural Engineering and a PhD in Civil Engineering. She’s a mother, a wife and a successful Entrepreneur.
Ladies and gentlemen…Dr. Jacqueline James-Lyttle.
CMP057 - Tap into your WHY; featuring Ian Blanchard - MD of the Caribbean Institute of Leadership & Coaching
Our special guest and Caribbean mentor is a coach and facilitator to Executives and Business Owners.
He has built a career that has allowed him to hold Executive positions in the region like Executive VP Transformation at Cable & Wireless and internationally as GM Commercial Operations for TeleYemen. He is now MD of the Caribbean Institute of Leadership & Coaching (ActionCoach).
Ladies and gentlemen…Mr. Ian Blanchard.