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ADVISORY ROUNDTABLE
RESEARCH COUNCIL 


Members of our Research Council provide advice and counsel with respect to areas of potential relevance on our research agenda. They are also called on as expert witnesses for issues and concerns with respect to articulating a Caribbean American voice on a given policy. Institutions are listed for identification purposes only.

Andrea Baldwin Ph.D.
Carolyn Cooper Ph.D., University of the West Indies

Eddie Greene Ph.D., UN Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS to the Caribbean
Percy Hintzen Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
Ivelaw Griffith Ph.D., Georgia University, Georgia 
Carole Boyce Davies Ph.D., Cornell University
Joseph Whittaker, Ph.D., Morgan State University

To find out how you can become a member of the ICS Research Council, please email
icsdcorg@gmail.com or call 202-638-0460.



PRIVATE SECTOR COUNCIL  


The Private Sector Council is made up of individuals from a variety of industries and business sectors. The Council is an important asset for ICS because its members provide guidance on issues affecting trade and economic development impacting Caribbean American business owners as well as businesses in the Caribbean. Members are united by their commitment to ensure the full integration of the Caribbean American voice and U.S. policy agenda.

Brian Wesley Kirton, Co-Chair
Eric Walcott, Co-Chair
Nsombi Jaja,  CEO, Quality Management Consultants
Neil Jones, CEO, M-Cubed
David Mullings, CEO, Keystone Agusta
Kim Watson,  Former VP, Community Affairs, PEPCO

Trevor Smith, VP, Tower Isles

To find out more about the Private Sector Council and how you can become a member, please contact Wesley Kirton at icsdcorg@gmail.com or  call 202-638-0460      .

FAITH BASED LEADERS COUNCIL  

ICS Faith-based Leaders Advisory Council will assist ICS in providing education and advocacy support to faith based leaders and organizations in the Caribbean American community.   Through engagements such as Seminars, Conferences and other partnerships, ICS will provide the Caribbean American communities of faith with the tools and knowledge they need to improve their ability to participate in Faith-based initiatives of the Federal Government; as well as assist them in developing their community economic development goals and programs.


Members include:
Canon Dr. Kortwright Davis, Honorary Chair

Rev. Dr. Agorom Dike
Pastor Joseph Harris
Rev. Dr. Bertram Melbourne
Bishop Ebony Kirkland
Pastor Gilbert Monrose


To find out how you can become a member of the Faith Based Network, please contact us at icsdcorg@gmail.com 

 

ELECTED OFFICIALS ADVISORY COUNCIL 

ICS Elected Offiicials Advisory Council is made up of Caribbean American current and former elected officials who serve to educate Caribbean American community on issues affecting them with respect to both domestic and foreign policy. 


Members include:
Hon. Urania Petit, Vioter Registration Czar 
Hon. Shirley Nathan-Pulliam
Hon. Hazel Rogers, Chair 
Advancing the Interests of Caribbean Americans

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