CHALKIE AND THE CHIEF University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) governor Dr. Hollis Liverpool, known in the calypso world as the “Mighty Chalkdust”, presents Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, left, with a copy of Liverpool’s book “Thoughts Along the Kaiso Road”, during a courtesy visit by UTT officials to the Office of the Chief Secretary on Monday (April 16).
Scotiabank courtesy call THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, second from right, welcomes Senior Vice President and Head of Scotiabank Caribbean (South and East) Stephen Bagnarol, and other bank executives to his Calder Hall Administrative Complex office on Tuesday (April 10, 2017). Standing from left are Scotiabank Lowlands Branch Manager Amit Maraj, District General Manager Richard Edoo and Scotiabank Caribbean's Vice President of Retail and Small Business Savon Persad.
THA meets with WASA (From left) Water and Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (WASA) Chief Executive Officer Dr Ellis Burris, WASA Board Commissioner William McKay, WASA Chairman Romney Thomas, Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles,THA Chief Administrator Raye Sandy, Advisor to the Secretary of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment Dunstan Denoon and Programme Coordinator of the Division of Settlements, Urban Renewal and Public Utilities Dahlia Jerry during a meeting on Thursday (April 5, 2018) at the Calder Hall Administrative Complex.
Courtesy call by Magistrate Brian Dabideen Magistrate Brian Dabideen pays a courtesy call on THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles on Thursday (March 15, 2018) at the Calder Hall Administrative Complex.
IDB meeting Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, right, and Education Minister Anthony Garcia, left, chat with Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Country Representative in Trinidad and Tobago Rocio Medina Bolivar, second from left, and IDB's Regional Manager- Caribbean, Therese Turner-Jones, prior to the start of a working meeting with local stakeholders and IDB's representatives at the Mt Irvine Golf and Beach Resort on Monday (March 12, 2018).
Launch of Pilot Artworks for a Marine Sculpture Park in Tobago The Cropper Foundation held its launch of Pilot Artworks for a Marine Sculpture Park in Tobago, to be named 'Tobago Water Colours', at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Saturday 10th March 2018.
The project was funded by the Inter-American Development Bank. The Marine Sculpture Park will be located in the Buccoo Reef Marine Park. (L to R) IDB TT Chief of Operations Carina Cockburn, Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, IDB Caribbean Regional Manager Therese Turner-Jones and IDB TT Country Representative Rocio Medina Bolivar.
Meeting with TTPS THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles and Chief Administrator Raye Sandy held a meeting with Senior Superintendent Joanne Archie and, left, ASP Sterling Roberts of the Tobago Division of the Police Service at the Calder Hall Administrative Complex on Monday (March 5, 2018).