Sheryl-Anne Haynes is a retired Public Servant. She spent the majority of her career in the Town and Country Planning Division entering as a Town Planner 1 in 1984. She became Assistant Director in 1998 and was seconded to the Tobago House of Assembly in March 2002 as Advisor on Land Use Matters. In September 2004, on the retirement of the then Director, she was asked to return to the Town and Country Planning Division to assume the post of Director, a post she held until her promotion in 2010 to Deputy Permanent Secretary, She retired as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Land and Marine Resources in 2015.
During her tenure at Town and Country Planning Division Ms Haynes was responsible for overseeing the processing of applications for development throughout the country as well as overseeing the development planning process which puts economic and social development proposals into a spatial context and identifies implementation strategies to move projects forward.
She obtained her Master of Philosophy Degree in Town and Country Planning from Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, University College London. In 2011 she became a fellow at Harvard University, Boston, having completed a Leadership Programme there.
Ms Haynes has a wealth of experience in dealing with land use planning matters and understands the importance of timely decisions to the business world. During her tenure in the Division she perfected several systems to expedite the processing of applications and has conducted training exercises in environmental auditing, environmental impact assessments and town and country planning operations for several State agencies as well as the private sector.
She is credited with bringing in the Atlantic Plant in Point Fortin to code and within the required timeframe through her astute structuring of the application process and incorporation of the other relevant regulatory agencies at every level of the planning and implementation phases. Ms Haynes also has a good understanding of the workings of other related Divisions and Ministries and her latest appointment gave her a valuable insight into the workings of the State Land agencies, where among other accomplishments she established a GIS unit to map and record applications and had the legal team design licences for reclamation, several of which were issued.
She is a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Society of Planners and the Commonwealth Association of Planners which gives her insight into both local and international planning concerns.
HSSE Risk Management Specialist
Louis Haynes is an HSSE Risk Management Specialist from Trinidad and Tobago.
With over thirty-seven years experience, Louis’ career started with the management of the family business, Southern Security Services. He later entered the corporate world with international oil and gas giants, BG Group, later absorbed by Shell, as Corporate Security Advisor.
A visionary in his field, Louis has been awarded Best-in-Class within BG’s global community by the BG Group Audit for his creation of a Journey Management System (2006), the BGTT President’s HSSE Award for Leadership and Contract Management in 2011, and the BG Chairman’s Award as part of the Social Performance Project Team (2012, runner-up), 2014 (winner).
Several management tools created by Louis have become company procedure and remain in use today, including:
Pre-qualification management tool for tendering services
Redefined Security contract scope of work to align with International Best Practise and the British Standard Institute
Key Performance Indicator Management tool for Security Contractors
Management framework for the Emergency Call Center (ECC)
Security Management Manual
Louis is a member of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) and a member of the British Standards Institute (BSI)
ANTHONY (TONY) HAYNES
Anthony has more than twenty-five years C-suite experience, working in unionized manufacturing and energy industries, in Jamaica, the Eastern Caribbean, Guyana and Trinidad, before entering the consulting field in 2015. He has also been an adjunct lecturer at the Caribbean Maritime Institute, and the University College of the Caribbean, Jamaica, where he lectured in strategic management, operations management and project management.
He has demonstrated proven change management and leadership skills, with the ability to maintain a balanced focus on people and profitability issues, leading to increase employee engagement and enhanced company performance. He has also promoted strong business processes, including institutionalizing integrated ISO documented management systems.
Anthony is an innovative and analytical business thinker, with the ability to assist clients develop and execute strategy to deliver real value creation. He is experienced in the Balance Scorecard Framework approach to strategic execution. As a Project Manager, he has led multi- million dollar projects and completed them on time, on budget, while maintaining constructive stakeholder relationships.
Anthony is a Trinidad National Open Scholarship winner and holds a BSc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from University College London, London University and an MBA from the University of Liverpool.
He was adjudged Jamaica’s top CEO of the year in 2015 by Business Suite.