SEC Courtesy Call Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, second from right, receives a gift from the chief executive officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Hadyn Gittens, during a courtesy call by members of the SEC at his Calder Hall Administrative Complex office on Tuesday (September 19, 2017). With them from left are SEC's Director, Corporate Communications Arlene Stephen, deputy CEO Lystra Lucillio and THA Division of Finance's Financial Literacy Secretariat's Program Coordinator Afeisha McKain.
Youth Football Opening Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, second from right, greets players of the Tobago region team competing in the opening round of games in the TTFA's (Trinidad and Tobago Football Association) National Elite Youth Football Programme at the Plymouth Recreation ground on Sunday (September 17, 2017). Also in photo, from right, are Secretary of Sport and Youth Affairs Jomo Pitt, Tobago Football Association (TFA) president Anthony Moore and TTFA president John-Williams.
UTC Courtesy Call Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles welcomes Unit Trust Corporation manager Ijeoma De Gale-Harry, and members of her organisation who paid a courtesy call at the Administrative Complex, Calder Hall on Thursday (September 7, 2017). At left is Financial Advisor Desiree Hackett-Murray and at right supervisor Akinola Lewis-Wills.
Chief Secretary Visits Roxborough Secondary On Wednesday (September 6, 2017) THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, who is also Secretary of Education, Innovation and Energy, continued his tour of Tobago schools. He took time to encourage students at Roxborough Secondary School for the new academic term.
Child Development Meeting Secretary of Health, Wellness and Family Development Councillor Dr Agatha Carrington, right, is introduced to the Coordinator of Child Development in the Gender and Child Affairs Unit Bertrand Moses, left, during a courtesy call with Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, second from right, and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Ayanna Webster-Roy, at the Office of the Chief Secretary, at the Calder Hall Administrative Complex on Thursday (September 7, 2017).
Courtesy Call by Costa Rican Ambassador Costa Rica's Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago Liliana Edgerton Picado, upon her arrival at the Office of the Chief Secretary. Mrs. Edgerton Picado met with Secretary of Community Development, Enterprise Development and Labour, Assemblyman Marslyn Melville-Jack, and Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation, Councillor Nadine Stewart-Phillips.