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TTCSI elects new president and 4 new directors

The Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI) has elected a new president and four new directors.

Dianne Joseph, Chief Operating Officer of the Co-operative Credit Union League of Trinidad & Tobago, has been named the sixth president of the TTCSI.

Alvin Morton, Trinidad and Tobago International Facilities Management Association, was re-elected as director, while four others were newly elected directors.

The new directors are: Kiran Singh, Greater San Fernando Area Chamber of Commerce; Kimberly Chan-Boodram, Human Resource Management Association of Trinidad and Tobago; Lorraine Pouchet – Association of Inbound Tour Operators of Trinidad and Tobago And Ramon Gregorio – Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

In her inaugural address to the membership, Joseph thanked the former directors and the former president for their role in shaping the TTCSI into what it is today.

She also expressed her gratitude to Line Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon for guidance and support over the years.

Joseph welcomed the new directors and noted that she plans to begin succession planning early in her term.

My leadership style is one of open doors, and I plan to start the process of mentoring to take over. I am confident that with the diverse skills and competencies in the Board and management, we will be able to strengthen our governance structures, improve our operations and do more for our members,” she said.

Joseph also assured that TTCSI membership will always be treated as a priority.

The TTCSI represents 50 service industry associations with more than 700,000 members, including real estate, maritime services, massage and bodywork practitioners, architects, creative services, tour operators, credit unions and more.

“This is not a small number and as such I am committed to working with everyone on their progress. I thank Almighty God for blessing me and those I serve as a representative of the Co-operative Credit Union League of Trinidad and Tobago – a proud TTCSI member,” Joseph concluded.