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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
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
CMP069 - Feel the Fear but Push Through; featuring Karen Hinds - Founder and CEO of Workplace Success Group
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.
CMP022 - Write the chapters of your life by following your Heart with Sunity Maharaj - MD of the Lloyd Best Institue of the West Indies
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has dedicated her life to journalism. She was introduced to the field as a young lady and never looked back. Her journey has seen her hold positions like Editor-in-Chief of the Trinidad Express, News Director of TV6 and Group Executive for Editorial & Content Development at One Caribbean Media. Today she is the Managing Director of the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies (LBIWI); an organization started by her late great husband. She is also editor of The Trinidad and Tobago Review, a media consultant, journalism lecturer, head of her own multi-media production company and a columnist with the Sunday Express. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…Let’s meet Ms. Sunity Maharaj.
CMP012 - Dream BIG; but be careful who you tell with Dr. Patricia Elder - Founder and Executive Director of Elder Associates Limited
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is an expert when it comes to the provision of psychological services. She has dedicated the past 30 years learning about and implementing employee assistance and other psychological services to our culturally diverse communities. Her career began as a Psychology intern at the Friends Hospital in Pennsylvania, USA. As her career grew she held various portfolios such as, Senior Staff Psychologist and Clinical Director. She is the founder and Executive Director of Elder Associates Limited; the company, which she founded in 1993. Her company was accredited in 2013 by the Council on Accreditation (COA) as one of the outstanding providers of EAP Services in Trinidad and Tobago. She is the Regional Director for the Caribbean of the Institute for Forensic Psychology. She has published numerous academic papers; given a host of keynote addresses and is involved with various social and charitable groups Today she is considered as a leader and visionary in the delivery of comprehensive EAP and other mental health services in the Caribbean region. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…Let’s meet Dr. Patricia Elder.
CMP058 - The Macguyver Approach; featuring Janice Sutherland - CEO Digicel Antigua & Barbuda and Monserrat
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.
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has a wealth of experience in higher education administration, an in-depth knowledge of curriculum development and a passion for facilitating student success. She holds a doctorate in Higher Education Administration and a Master’s degree in Education from Teachers College Columbia University, New York; an M.A. in French from the University of South Carolina; and a B.Sc. in French and Spanish from Georgetown University, Washington D. C. Today she serves in the position of President of the College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago (COSTAATT)
Ladies and gentlemen…Dr. Gillian Paul.
CMP087 - Take a Greater Risk; featuring Delia Joseph - General Manager of Personnel Management Services Limited.
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has a keen understanding of Strategic and Operational Planning, Performance Management and Industrial Relations. She is the holder of a Masters and Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources and has over 20 years’ experience in the field; serving at the Executive level in various organization. Today she is the General Manager of Personnel Management Services Limited (PMSL).
Ladies and gentlemen…Ms. Delia Joseph
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is passionate about writing, facilitation and coaching. Her personal Vision is to “enhance the lives of the people and organizations that she comes into contact with”. This Vision is supported by her personal beliefs that all humans are innately intelligent and creative with a desire to do better. Our mentor is a graduate of the University of the West Indies and is a Certified Management Accountant from the Society of Management Accountants, Ontario. She has worked in all areas of financial and management accounting and in various industries like finance, energy, service and manufacturing. She is a Certified Evidence Based Coach and also a Certified Professional Facilitator and has used her skills to lead teams and individuals towards achievement of their stated goals and vision. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…Let’s meet Ms. Maxine Attong
Our special guest and Caribbean mentor is on a mission to leave a legacy. Her journey into entrepreneurship started in 1985 where she took the leap from a thriving career in the corporate world to go out and build her own company.
Today she stands as a shining example of Caribbean success with her brand, Cher-Mère, being a registered trademark in parts of the Caribbean, US, UK and Canada and her products recognized throughout the world.
Ladies and gentlemen…let’s meet Ms. Cheryl Bowles.
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.