About Congress WBN
Dr. Noel Woodroffe
Dr. Noel Woodroffe is the Founder and President of Congress WBN (C-WBN) a global, faith-based organization committed to effecting human, social, and national transformation through the propagation of values-based development principles, patterns, and approaches.
Dr. Woodroffe functions out of the headquarters of C-WBN in Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies. He is a globally recognized leadership development specialist and has designed, coordinated and facilitated numerous leadership training, organizational transformation and education-based initiatives across the globe.
C-WBN is composed of 8 Sectors of strategic operations involving networks of professional groups, educational institutions, businesses, churches, individual national leaders, and university students. The Congress operates on every continent and in over 90 nations.
Dr. Woodroffe is also the Founder of the Kingdom Community Network (KCN), a network of hundreds of church communities linked across 16 geographical regions.
He is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Congress Global Consulting (CGC), a management and leadership development consultancy based in London. In 1999 he started NorthGate College, a private secondary school in St. Augustine, Trinidad that places an emphasis on holistic, values-based education.
He travels extensively around the world, developing leaders and leadership systems through Seminars, Conferences and other interventions; and supervises the growth and development of the diverse and multifaceted operations of the Congress globally.
Dr. Woodroffe is the Senior Elder of Elijah Centre Global, a Bible-believing church headquartered in Trinidad.
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