About Congress WBN
Marlon Jameson is an Executive Attaché to the President of Congress WBN. As one of two Global Directors within the Global Communications & Technology sector of Congress WBN, he is charged with the responsibility for developing communications systems and information flows throughout the Congress.
Jameson earned an undergraduate degree from the University of the West Indies. As a British Chevening Scholar, he holds a Masters in International Political Economy from the University of Warwick. A former member of the academic staff in the Graduate Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, he has considerable experience in the field of education, leadership, and human development, having structured, developed, and delivered many academic programs and courses. He is currently in the process of completing his doctoral studies in International Relations at the Institute.
As the International Affairs Specialist for Congress WBN, he focuses on the identification of emerging trends within the global political economy and the prescription of strategic organizational and leadership approaches to the dynamic changes occurring within human society.
He lives in Trinidad with his wife Alana and their family.
Ernest King is an Executive Attaché to the President of Congress WBN, with responsibility for the Reformation Teaching Advance (RTA) and Congress Corporate (CC) sectors.
He is an Executive Director at TSG Consulting, with responsibility for Organizational Development Consulting. He currently oversees the key areas of Strategic Planning, Organization Design & Development; Executive Recruitment, Performance Management and Succession Planning; and Job Analysis and Evaluation. As an experienced, Human Resource practitioner, Mr. King has also designed programs, strategies and interventions to achieve behavioral adjustments, cultural shifts, and organizational transformation.
Mr. King has over 25 years experience in the Caribbean financial services sector, having worked in senior management positions in Retail Banking, Operations Management, and Human Resource Management.
He is based in Trinidad with his wife Rosalind and their family.
Graham King is an Executive Attaché to the President of Congress WBN, with responsibility for the Global Leadership Interlink (GLI) sector.
He holds undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Warwick in the UK.
He is a lecturer in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad.
He lives in Trinidad with his wife Joanna and their family.
Paul Lindo is an Executive Attaché to the President of Congress WBN and Leader of the Elijah Centre Embassy in London. He is a Service Delivery Manager at IBM Global Services.
He lives in London with his wife Julie and their family.
Bevil Wooding is an Executive Attaché to the President of Congress WBN. As Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) of the Congress, he is responsible for ensuring that C-WBN maximizes the value it achieves from harnessing one of its most important assets—knowledge—through the effective utilization of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
As one of two Global Directors within the Global Communications & Technology sector of Congress WBN, he is charged with the responsibility for technology utilization, ICT resource development, and knowledge management.
Mr. Wooding is a technology pioneer in the Caribbean, and a strong advocate for the use of Internet technologies in developing nations. He has facilitated seminars and workshops on e-government, as well as ICT and national development in the US, Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean. A tireless technology evangelist, Wooding works with US-based non-profit research organization, Packet Clearing House, to design capacity-building workshops and to support critical internet infrastructure for Governments, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), policy-makers, and research communities regionally and internationally.
Bevil is based in Trinidad where he lives with his wife Camille and their family.
Farid Youssef is an Executive Leader of Congress WBN and the Director of the Global Leadership Interlink (GLI), a global network of professionals and university students committed to the development of society by impacting governance systems through the promotion of values-based leadership.
In the latter capacity, Farid leads an international team that is responsible for GLI’s global operations and the development of systems and programs to provide mentorship and training to students and professionals across the earth. Areas of training and development include Values-based Leadership Development, Understanding Global Society, Maximizing Potential and Human Development. He has also been a feature speaker at numerous training seminars and participated in several international conferences on Leadership Development.
Farid holds a medical degree and a PhD in Physiology from The University of the West Indies and a postgraduate Diploma in International Policy and Diplomacy from the University of Staffordshire, UK. He lives with his wife and three children in St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago.
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