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NCC Appoints Chief Executive Officer, Keiba Jacob Mottley

Port of Spain, Trinidad, Tuesday, May 14, 2024: The Board of Commissioners of the National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago (NCC) wishes to advise all stakeholders and the public of the appointment of Keiba Jacob Mottley as Chief Executive Officer with effect from May 13, 2024.

Ms. Jacob Mottley brings extensive leadership experience as a former Acting Clerk of the Senate, and Deputy Clerk of the House of Representatives for more than a decade.

She functioned as the Deputy Administrative Head of the Office of the Parliament, with responsibility for the general management of the operations and activities of the Senate, and had direct responsibility for the Departmental Committees Unit, Financial Scrutiny Unit, Parliamentary Museum and Gallery Management Unit, Library & Archiving Unit, and Hansard Division.

Ms. Jacob Mottley brings to bear several years of experience in Finance, Business Administration, Project Management, and Visual Art and Museum Exhibition Curation.

She also possesses significant expertise in leading strategic workforce planning, business transformation, coordinating research and analysis, reviewing organisational performance, and drafting annual budget plans.

Ms. Jacob Mottley is the current President of the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago. She holds an MBA in International Business Administration from the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, and has a BSc in Public Sector Management from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine.

NCC Chairman, Winston Gypsy Peters, and the Board, Management and Staff of the NCC extend best wishes to Ms. Jacob Mottley for a successful tenure, and wholeheartedly looks forward to continuing to deliver value for our shareholders and the national community for Carnival 2025 and beyond.

Chief Executive Officer, Keiba Jacob Mottley