Ramesh Dookhoo - Director
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE, BANKS DIH LIMITED
Mr. Ramesh Dookhoo is the Business Development Executive of Banks DIH Limited, based in Guyana. He holds a Masters degree in Business Administration and is a certified risk management and assurance professional. (CRMA).
Mr. Dookhoo is a former President of the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association Limited and the former Chairman of the Private Sector Commission of Guyana. He is Vice Chair of the Board of Governors of the Institute of Internal Auditors of Guyana. He continues to serve on the Board and Council of these two business organizations at the behest of Banks DIH Limited, his employers.
Mr. Dookhoo is the current President of the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce and a member of the Caribbean Court of Justice Trust Fund Board of Trustees. Mr. Dookhoo is also immediate Past Chairman of a number of Boards in Guyana including the Board of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport and the Board of Guyana Water Inc. He is also the founder Chairman of the Competition and Consumer Affairs Commission of Guyana
Mr. Dookhoo is the recipient of the Paul Harris rotary award and a GMSA Lifetime award for service to the Business Community.
Kamla Rampersad de Silva - Chief Executive Officer, CCGI
Mrs. R de Silva brings a wealth of experience and a passion for Corporate Governance as she has been lecturing in this field at the MBA level in Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana for several years. She is a past board member of the Project Management Institute Southern Caribbean Chapter and so has experience in membership organisations like ours. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of CTS College.
She has several unique skills coming together as her career included being a journalist at the Express Newspapers and the Guardian Newspaper. She has also worked in television and radio. She is trained in change management and is a qualified attorney at law.
After gaining her MBA qualification at the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business, she took her new found skills and competencies to bring ground breaking change in the public sector by leading the initiative for same day service for delivery of computer-generated Birth certificates in the Registrar General’s Department of the Ministry of Legal Affairs.