INTERIM COMMITTEE PRESIDENT
Satesh is the holder of a BSc. International Tourism Management (special), with a minor in Communications Studies at The University of The West Indies, St. Augustine. He was the Interim Committee President of The Management Society of The University of the West Indies (MSU) and severed as the Public Relations/External Liaison Officer 2018-2019. Satesh was also the Vice-President of the UWI Tourism Society (2018-2019). As Public Relations/External Liaison Officer, his aim was to link the gap between the society and its members. Using concepts and knowledge from his studies in Communications studies, he tried his best to ensure the society was well communicated and seen by external presons. Satesh has special interests in business image and customer care. He also places a special emphasis on sustainability and is environmentally conscious. He hopes to play an active role in the development of Trinidad and Tobago’s growing tourism industry. When you think of a forward thinker, Satesh should come to mind as he has excellent oratory and leadership skills. Satesh enjoys adventurous activities in his free time and considers himself an outdoorsman.”
SPECIAL MEMBERS REPRESENTATIVE
Anand Mahabir at the founding of the MSU was a third-year student at the Faculty of Science and Technology, reading for a BSc in the Environmental Science and Sustainable Technology (Special). Mr Mahabir held the position of the Interim Special Members Representative and further went on to hold the position on the first executive. Mr Mahabir’s Interest in the Management Society stems from the belief that society can allow for the holistic development of its membership and bring about societal and intellectual reform while creating a network of support for students. Currently, Mr Mahabir is expected to graduate with his undergraduate degree in 2020. Since leaving the executive and stepping into a general member role, Mr Mahabir has gone on to become both a Student career facilitator and a Peer Advisor for his Faculty.
SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR
Teesha Persad has graduated The University of The West Indies, St. Augustine with a Second Upper-Class B.S.C in Management Studies and Marketing minor. She held the position of Social Media Office for The Management Society of The University of The West Indies (MSU). Miss Persad worked behind the scenes along with others to ensure the presence of the MSU on all forms of Social Media Platforms. She has a creative soul and used her graphic design ability to ensure that the content posted was not mundane in nature but appealing to the audience. Teesha aspires to become an independent businesswoman and strive towards gaining knowledge and personal development skills for building an empire. She hopes to bridge the gap between employees and employer relationships. Teesha enjoys “DIY” projects and at any opportunity, she will definitely say yes to traveling since she has a wanderlust syndrome.
SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR
Teesha is an undergraduate student who is currently persuing a BSc. General in Environmental Science with Insurance and Risk Management at The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, UWI. She was born in Trinidad and Tobago and attended Bishop's Centenary College and did Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) in 2014 and completed The Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) at Sixth Form Government Ploytechnic in 2016. Joanna has been involved in many clubs such as, United Nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as the Vice President while persuing CAPE, and is actively involved with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) Club since 2015 to present. She also has been involved in a few internship programs like the Authur Ashe Urban Instutie of Health research project (2016) and has been in a volunteership with St.James Medical Oncology Complex for two months in 2015. Ms. Fiddler has been recently involved in The Management Society of University of the West Indies (MSU) Club of UWI as one of Social Media Officers of the Interrim Executive Committee in which she sought it to be one of her stepping stones in finding her career path by helping her to build character and gaining useful managerial skills as she continues to embark on her future.
SOCIAL MEDIA OFFICER
I am Tanisha Mohammed, 23 years and pursuing BSc Environmental science. one word I would use to describe myself is tenacious. I have always loved being an all-rounded person and being part of the interim start-up committee for Management society was a joy. During my time on the interim executive, I served as a social media officer. I learnt a lot during my time.