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  2. Address: P.O. Box 310, 22 Roses Lane, Elmshall, Dominica, W.I.
  3. Contact: (767) 448 2391 (Home) (767) 449 9800 (work)

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  1. Date of Birth: 21 August 1948
  2. Nationality: DOMINICAN
  3. Civil status: Married
  4. Education:



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Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

Centre for Management Development, University of the West Indies, Barbados

1993 – 1995

Masters of Business Administration (Distinction)

University of the West Indies

1982 – 1985

B Sc (Accounting) (Honours) (Upper Division II)

I.C.T.C., Loughborough, United Kingdom; 1975 – 1976

Certificate in Co-operative Management and Administration (Distinction)


  1. Language Skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to -5 (1-excellent; 5 – basic)










French Creole





  1. Membership of professional bodies:

Fellow, Chartered Management Institute, U K (2004)

Fellow, Institute of Financial Accountants, United Kingdom (1995)

Member, International Management Associates Network, Manitoba Institute of Management (1990)


Member, Institute of Financial Accountants, United Kingdom (1985)

British Society of Commerce (BSC), 1st Place: Final Exams (1978)

Licensed Public Accountant, Inland Revenue, Dominica (1985 – present)


  1. Other skills: Strong analytical, report writing, project preparation and negotiation skills.  Formal courses in: Systems Design and Analysis; Management Information Systems, UWI.

Microsoft Office, Word and Excel; Outlook Express; E-mail and Internet, QuickBooks.


  1. Present position: Senior Consultant, WHITCO Inc, Management and Business Services Consultants


  1. Key qualifications: Certificate, Coop Management and Administration; B Sc Accounting; MBA (General/Marketing);


  1. Specific experience in the region:


An experienced and versatile performer who functions equally well in the public or private sector as well as in non-government organisations.  Through his academic achievements, leadership skills and performance oriented approach, he is equally comfortable with developmental issues in Rural Development, Co-operative Management and Administration, Credit Administration and Policy Development,  Financial Planning and Analysis, Primary and Tertiary Health, Housing Development, Financial Management, Telecommunications Regulation, and Human Resource Management.


During the period 1987 – 1999, he conceptualized, designed and implemented accounting systems for small and medium-sized enterprises, and rural credit programmes, as well as provided training for the implementation of such programmes to agricultural marketing, credit and production societies.  He then embraced the opportunity to serve at the highest levels of the Co-operative Movement at the national level as a Director of the Dominica Credit Union League (now Dominica Co-operative Societies League).


Throughout his public service career, he supervised several internationally funded projects.  These included World Bank/EU/USAID/CIDA/CDB and UN agencies.  Many of these programmes provided residents with employment opportunities, enhanced living standards and greater self-reliance.  As a public service administrator and Head of the Co-operative Training Unit, he organized and lectured at several co-operative, accounting and management workshops, focusing on women in agriculture as well as small farmers in crop production, livestock development and business services.


His public service career, intermingled with part-time private accounting advice, gave him the opportunity to translate academic achievements into practical actions.  His ability to conceptualise policy intentions of Government into developmental plans and programmes made him very visible among his peers. His performance-oriented approach to development administration enabled him to demonstrate that the Public Service Rules can be used to facilitate rather than hinder socio-economic development.  He embodied a new breed of senior public sector managers who were required to promote and catalyze developmental goals.


He has a good grasp of regional integration issues and has been actively involved in public education programmes in Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines. Has also been involved in the design and delivery of a public awareness and education campaigns on Quality Service in Telecommunications, and a range of other issues to ensure consumers receive good quality service at the prices agreed to with providers.


He continues to serve the wider Caribbean Region as an executive member of the Organization of Caribbean Utility Regulators (OOCUR), a CARICOM-wide organization which promotes knowledge on regulatory issues.  From 2006-2008, OOCUR played a collaborative role with the University of the West Indies in Trinidad towards the establishment of a Caribbean Regulatory Research Centre.  In earlier periods from 1988 – 2004, Mr. Williams served the CARICOM region as a director on various regional organisations in the areas of Agricultural Research and Development, Agri-Business, Health Systems and Telecommunications Regulation.



  1. Professional experience:


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2008 - Present



Senior Consultant

Develops proposals in response to RFPs and consultancy bids, advises public and private sector clients on organizational change and development, policy planning and analysis; delivers training sessions in budgeting and negotiation, business planning, and entrepreneurship development; performs market research and analysis, prepares business and strategic plans, advices clients on HR planning and employment issues, undertakes cost studies and also advises clients on regulatory issues.




Saint Lucia


Eastern Caribbean

Telecommunications Authority



Managing Director

Formulated training policy and prepared manual for use by the HR Committee.  Prepared human resource policies and procedures manual.  Developed job descriptions and performance management standards for professional and support staff.  Developed system and established criteria for recruitment of professional staff including qualifications and experience. Responsible for policy formulation, management, programme planning development and implementation, telecommunications liberalisation, licensing, and related regulatory matters; human resource development, financial management. Arranged World Bank sponsored ICT Development Project.


Established mutually beneficial partnership with Caribbean Telecoms Organization (CTO); fostered close working relationship with Information Technology Unit on role of ICTs in development; collaborated on training programs for staff and other stakeholders with International Telecommunications Union; promoted partnerships with CTO and ECTEL Secretariat.  Developed program for partial funding of the CTO for work in promoting better understanding between telecoms regulation and telecoms convergence; monitored preparation of spectrum development plan pursuant to Proposals of ITU; liaise with Ministries of Foreign Affairs in ECTEL Member States on benefits due to senior professionals and the organization under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Immunities.






Government of the

Commonwealth of Dominica


Permanent Secretary

Ministry of

Communications, Works and Housing


Policy planning and analysis; programme planning, development and implementation; human resource development; finance and accounting; air access improvement and physical infrastructure programme development; shelter policy development, telecommunications liberalisation, licensing, and related regulatory matters.  Participated in staff audit of Ministry and rationalization of staff.












Government of the

Commonwealth of Dominica


Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Agriculture  and the Environment


Administrative Head of Ministry, policy formulation and analysis, programme planning and development, planning/human resource development and management; finance/accounting functions; Sectoral planning and analysis; programme monitoring and evaluation.  Developed programs for re-focusing agricultural extension services.









Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica





Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Health and Social Security



Administrative Head of Ministry, policy formulation and analysis, programme planning and development, planning/human resource development and management; finance/accounting functions; sectoral planning and analysis; programme monitoring and evaluation. Lead senior manager in public sector reform process; examined institutional environment; political and administrative interface; responded to change management challenges.  Arranged meetings of Regional Dental Health Professionals; Coordinated official Visit of the Director General of FAO of United Nations; Coordinated Regional Health Planners (PAHO) Meetings.






Government of the

Commonwealth of Dominica


Permanent Secretary/ Chairman, Rural

Enterprise Project



Provided leadership to an IFAD/CDB Rural Credit and Development Programme.  Supervised investments to farmers for agriculture and livestock.  Implemented access road improvements, and developed a programme of loans for disbursement through intermediaries.






Government of the

Commonwealth of Dominica


Commissioner of



Responsible for promotion, registration, audit and liquidation of co-operative societies; supervision and audit of credit unions; conceptualization and design of rural credit programmes; planning development programmes and adult education programmes.  Organized Co-operative Week Celebrations






Dominica Banana Growers’



Financial Controller


Financial planning, analysis and control, advising Board on financial matters; preparation of financial statements; supervision of accounting staff; management of cash resources.









Clifton Dupigney Community

College and

University of the West Indies


Part-time Tutor


Part-time Tutor


Principles of Business, Accounting for Secretaries


Accounting 1




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