Castries Constituency Council appoints its first CEO

Castries Constituency Council appoints its first CEO

Castries, March 3, 2017 – The Castries Constituency Council has appointed Miss Anselma Calderon as its first Chief Executive Officer (CEO) following a rigorous recruitment process.

Miss Calderon has served as the Deputy Mayor from August 2, 2016. She joined the organization with a wealth of experience, coming from the public service where she last served as Director of Human Resource Development (HRD) within the Ministry of Education.

Prior, Miss Calderon held the positions of Training Officer and Deputy Director for Training at the Ministry of the Public Service. She was also a Youth and Sports Officer and Director for a Junior Achievement programme ran by the Chamber of Commerce. In addition, she taught for five and three years respectively at the St. Mary’s College and the SDA Academy.

The new CEO will assist with the general administration of the CCC under the direction of Mayor Peterson D. Francis. Among her tasks are developing and delivering strategic plans and building on the existing institutional framework.

Her top priorities will be the management of the organization, the creation of new commercial opportunities, helping to drive revenue, along with an amplified focus on improving the performance and efficiency of the Council.

Mayor of Castries, His Lordship Peterson D. Francis welcomes the new CEO remarking, “Miss Calderon has a proven track record of success and the relevant experience which will add exceptional value to the organization.  She clearly shares our vision for the future of the Castries Constituency Council.”

In response, Miss Calderon expressed her commitment and excitement. “I am delighted to have been given the honour of becoming the new CEO of the Council. I am grateful for the opportunity and eager to improve the institution at all levels. I am looking forward to working with the many stakeholders who are dedicated to the long-term development of the City of Castries.”

Miss Calderon recently completed training in Leadership and Governance from the Caribbean Governance Training Institute. She also holds a post graduate Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Leicester and a BSC in Business Management from Andrews University.
She will be based at the Offices of the Mayor and Castries Constituency Council on Peynier Street in Castries.

10 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    March 6, 2017 at 4:42 pm Reply

    Is that Claudius in the background hiding behind Ms. Calderon? Me roro it seems that Claudius switch and has crossed the floor-it’s a family thing.

  2. RORO
    March 6, 2017 at 5:04 pm Reply

    Is he singing for some supper now from his brother.

  3. Gg
    March 6, 2017 at 6:00 pm Reply

    Anselma as someone from the Marchand Area I am just so proud of you .
    It is so sad that many young people of Marchand have gone on Interviews , when they say “I am from MARCHAND ” even if it was stated on the application . THEY TURN THEM DOWM. Is this fair .

    Society has let alot of young people dowm.

  4. jonie
    March 6, 2017 at 8:10 pm Reply

    Peterson i know blood is thicker than water but you need to keep that leach far away.

  5. Guy Fawkes
    March 7, 2017 at 8:43 am Reply

    Retired and Re-employed….. while the youths and young professionals are “scrunting” for ends’ meat!
    What a system!

  6. Lynn
    March 7, 2017 at 11:08 am Reply

    Why is Claudius in that picture? lol

  7. Anonymous
    March 7, 2017 at 2:13 pm Reply

    What a tangle we have weaved this is why the UWP is gonna be a one-time government look at how Allan Chastnet has these SLP in all top positions to tapple him no wonder the care taking problem is suffering so this man is insulting embarrassing and dismissing the uwp people Mr Chastnet the people are suffering under Peterson Francis why do the flambous has to suffer like that it’s time somthing happen and happen now

  8. Faizal Hossen
    March 8, 2017 at 3:19 am Reply

    Melbourne, Australia. Congrats to her. Just hope every stakeholder with support her and made positive contribution for the good running of the council and the benefits of the citizens. Castries deserves better.

  9. Anonymous
    March 8, 2017 at 12:53 pm Reply

    It is a problem with both Governments. As soon as a party wins an election, a few self promoters “ambush” the Prime Minister and some of his Ministers and put a rope around them so that nobody else can get to them. Then, these self promoters persuade the PM not to ” deal” with certain persons who can help the Government move forward. And they succeed in this deception! Think of the number of experienced people who could give this Government advice, and ask yourself:where are they? Well, they have become estranged from the Government and choose to stay far from the maddening crowd, while the “ship jumpers” do their thing. Time will tell.

  10. Coptic
    March 9, 2017 at 9:56 pm Reply

    Coptic. .we have to b one ppl fighting against the political party in power, but we there talking about uwp ppl labour. Ppl where we have to b one ppl .twop batiz.

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