Courtesy call by Canadian High Commissioner Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, second from right, gets a group photo with Canadian High Commissioner Carla Hogan-Rufelds, second from left, Secretary of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment Councillor Kwesi Des Vignes, right, and the High Commissioner's Political Counsellor, Pamela Greenwell.
Office of the Chief Secretary donates to Dominica and Barbuda relief THA staff members Haynes Eastman, right, and Dexter Harris assist in loading up a van from the Tobago Emergency Management Agency with items donated by staff at the Office of the Chief Secretary, as well as members of the public at the Calder Hall Administrative Complex on Tuesday (October 3, 2017).
Eye on Dependency Forum Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, centre, receives the gift of a DVD of the locally-produced film "Trafficked" from Natasha Nunez-St Clair after delivering the feature address at the community screening of the film at the University of the Southern Caribbean, Tobago Campus in Rockley Vale on Sunday (October 1, 2017). At left is "Eye On Dependency" host Garth St Clair.
Courtesy Call with Cuban Ambassador Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, centre, stands next to Cuban Ambassador Guillermo Vazquez Moreno and his assistant Naima Mohammed, left, during a courtesy call at his Calder Hall Administrative Complex on Friday. With them are Secretary of Enterprise Development, Community Development and Labour Assemblyman Marslyn Melville-Jack,right, and Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Nadine Stewart-Phillips, second from right.
Bankers Association Talks Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles led a team of the THA in discussions with members of the Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago at his Calder Hall Administrative Complex on Friday (September 29, 2017). Seated around the table from left are Scotiabank representative Richard Edoo, Executive Director Kelly Bute-Seaton, director Darryl White, treasurer Karen Darbasie and vice president Nigel Baptiste. Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, Secretary of Finance Joel Jack, Tourism Minister Shamfa Cudjoe, Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Nadine Stewart-Phillips, acting Admnistrator Claire Davidson-Williams and Administrator in the Division of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Ingrid Ryan-Ruben.
Belle Garden Multipurpose Facility sod-turning THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, centre, turns the sod along with Secretary for the Division of Community Development, Enterprise Development, and Labour Marslyn Melville Jack, to mark the start of construction of the Belle Garden Multipurpose Facility on Tuesday (September 26, 2017). With them, from left, are the Division's building maintenance service coordinator Neil Alleyne, president of the Belle Garden Village Council Pearl Beache, area representative and Secretary of the Division of Food Production, Forestry and Fisheries Hayden Spencer, MTS director Rosanna McKenna and Kenneth Dates, the manager of Protran (1997) Ltd, contractors on the project.
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.