New appointments to the Statutory Authorities Service Commission

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First Citizens deputy chief executive Sterling Frost has been named vice-chairman of the Statutory Authorities Services Commission. – FILE PHOTO

Finance Minister Colm Imbert said the Cabinet had approved the appointments of new members to the Board of Directors of the Statutory Authorities Services Commission (SASC).

They will hold office for a period of two years, in accordance with section 4 of the Statutory Authorities Act.

In a statement, Imbert said Cabinet approved the appointments on Thursday.

They are Dr Gloria Edwards-Joseph (Chair), Dr Sterling Frost (Deputy Chair), Arlene Mc Comie (Member), Judith Morrian-Webb (Member) and Eric James (Member).

Edwards-Joseph is a former director of personnel administration, management consultant, and lecturer in organizational management and behavior.

She holds a Doctor of Business Administration in Public Policy, a Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Management Studies.

Frost is a Professor of Practice in Management Studies at UWI and an international management executive. He holds a Ph.D. and a Masters in Business Administration and is also currently Deputy Managing Director of First Citizens Bank.

Mc Comie is a senior executive in human resources management and business development and a former permanent secretary.

She holds an MBA in Public Sector Management, a BBA in Industrial Psychology and a BSc in Sociology.

Morrian-Webb is an international management professional and educator. She holds a Master of Science in Educational Planning and Curriculum Development, an MBA and a Bachelor of Science in Management Studies. James is a former permanent secretary. He holds a Masters in Economic Policy and Planning and a BSc in Economics.

Imbert welcomed these individuals to their new assignments serving Trinidad and Tobago.

“It is expected that their nominating instruments will be released shortly.”

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