Board of Directors
Mr. Conrad Enill
Conrad Enill was appointed to the Board on 8th August, 2019.
He holds an MBA from Brunel University and Henley Management College, and a Mini MBA in Oil and Gas from the CWC School for Energy Limited, all based in London. He is also a Certified International Credit Union Development Educator (World Council of Credit Unions). Mr. Enill has also completed executive training with the Adam Smith Institute in Effective Public Awareness and Communication to promote Economic Reform; Improving the Public Expenditure Cycle from budget preparation to monitoring, and evaluation and application of Best Practices in Debt Management.
He is a past Governor of both the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank and served as Chairman of the G24 sub group of the IMF. The Chairman also served as a member of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum whose members include Algeria, Bolivia, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Iran, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Russia, Venezuela and Trinidad and Tobago. He is a former Minister of Energy with responsibility for the regulation of the Energy Sector and former Minister in the Ministry of Finance of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago with responsibility for Finance, National Budgets and the Economy.
Mr. Enill moved from leadership positions in private sector insurance and technology firms to serve in Government from 2001 to 2010.In 2011, he returned to the private sector, leading two energy service companies as Chief Operating Officer and as Group CEO of the largest financial cooperative in the Caribbean. He continues to work in Energy, Business and Financial Services. Conrad Enill is a Strategic Business Advisor on financial and energy analysis and strategic planning with a policy background at the organisational, national and international levels. He has extensive experience in joint regional and international projects with government agencies and private organizations, having served at the highest level of Government in the capacity of Cabinet Minister.
During his career in the business sector he amassed expertise in both private sector business and international credit union operations. In the business environment, he has held positions of Chief Executive Officer, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer, facilitating and leading roles to include Strategic Planning, Business Development, Business re-engineering, Change Management and Policy Development. His passion for creating new leaders is matched by these experiences in leading, mentoring, coaching and developing effective, collaborative and diverse management teams. He has developed lasting and impactful cross-sector relationships/partnerships with a wide array of organizations in government, business, academia, and community organisations.
As a Chief Executive, his responsibility included managing financial plans, forecasts, budgets, and oversight of large budgets. He has also developed capabilities in branding and communications experience which includes the ability to drive innovative marketing and communications strategies to build awareness. He is no stranger to managing and working in complex organisations with multiple stakeholder groups (i.e. board, staff, affiliates, volunteers, elected officials and partner organisations).
He is also a Lecturer and Practicum Supervisor for the MBA Sustainable Energy Management Programme and was Technical Advisor to the Renewable Energy Incubator Project at the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business. He also lectures in the MBA program on Financing for Energy projects as well as Introduction to Oil and Gas Economies.
Mr. Kenneth Allum
Mr. Kenneth Allum is a Chemical Engineer with 38 years' experience in the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industry at all levels. Among the various positions held throughout his career, he worked as a Senior Technologist from 1981 to 1987, and then as an Assistant to the Managing Director from 1987 to 1990 at Trinidad and Tobago Oil Company Limited (TRINTOC).
Most recently, Mr. Allum worked at Petrotrin, initially serving as the Vice President of Refining and Marketing (2008-2009) and, thereafter, as President (2009-2012). As President of Petrotrin, Mr. Allum was responsible for the company’s strategic goals, working with all stakeholders to develop and implement the company’s business objectives to maximize shareholder value. At the helm of the company, he was able to develop a highly motivated, business-oriented and customer-driven organization.
In the course of his service at the respective companies, Mr. Allum has had extensive technical and management training and has attended numerous international meetings and conferences. He was appointed as a Director on the Board of TTNGL on May 1st, 2016.
Mr. Ashmeer Mohamed
Mr. Ashmeer Mohamed, Director and former Corporate Secretary of K.C. Confectionery Limited, has 30 years of experience in international marketing. He also has more than 20 years of experience in Customs Brokerage and Intellectual Property. He is presently the Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the Valuation of Intellectual Property Office and Director/Secretary of International Products Limited.
He is also the, a member of the Association of Business Executives, chairman of exporTT and past President of the Couva/Point Lisas Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Marcus Ganness
Mr. Ganness holds a BSc in Engineering from the University of the West Indies (UWI) with First Class Honors and an MSc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Systems Control and Optimization) from the University of Toronto. He is a member of the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) and a former Vice-Chairman of the Industrial Application Society (IAS)
Mr. Ganness has had global training and office and offshore field assignments in upstream petroleum operations. He has since become the Founder and Managing Director of a multidisciplinary contracting firm which has delivered critical infrastructure and civil engineering projects to several public sector clients.
Alongside his business portfolio, Mr. Ganness has been a lecturer at UWI since 2011, delivering undergraduate and postgraduate level courses in Control Systems and Energy Systems. He has also published numerous papers in leading industry journals and is involved in various research projects focusing on energy systems, economic systems and financial optimization.
Mr. Ganness has knowledge and experience in financial markets and products including equity pricing and markets, derivative products and forex trading. He was appointed as a Director on the Board of NGC in September 2015.
Ms. Jacqueline Quamina
Jacqueline Quamina is an Attorney-at-Law with more than two decades of experience. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine and was called to the Bar of England and Wales where she is a member of Grays Inn. Ms. Quamina holds a Master of Arts from the University of London, an Executive Master of Business Administration from The University of the West Indies. She is a graduate of the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking and the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Programme.
Ms. Quamina has participated in the Corporate Governance, Executive Education Programme, Stanford University, and has completed the Certificate in Corporate Governance at the Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute and is an Accredited Director. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Banking and Finance of Trinidad and Tobago.
Ms. Quamina is the Chairman of the National Insurance Board in Trinidad and Tobago and has extensive experience in corporate law as well as banking finance and mergers and acquisitions. She also serves on the board of Republic Bank (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited, Republic Bank (Barbados) Limited, Republic Finance and Trust (Barbados) Corporation, and Republic Funds Incorporated. Ms. Quamina is a member of the Corporate Governance Institute and the International Women’s Forum.