Nicole Galt

From 1979 to 1991 Nicole performed as General Manager of a building housing condominiums and commercial properties, during which time I was also a Board Director and Company Secretary.

As the current Executive Vice President, Human Resources at the TSL Group she attends to fourteen group companies with a compliment of 250 staff members, having joined the Group in 1991. In this time she has also managed Advanced Business Systems Trinidad Limited (1994 to 2002) on both the Administrative and Technical sides of the business, developing strong technical skills in the area of electronic payment systems for the Card Association (MasterCard, VISA and Amex), digital payment transactions in particular and interfacing with all banks in Trinidad and Tobago and various banks in the Caribbean Region.

Nicole is a member of the Human Resource Management Association of Trinidad and Tobago and Society of Human Resource Management, PLOTT, and sits on the Boards of Trinidad Systems Limited and Meso Limited.

Her charitable and humanitarian involvement for more than twenty years ranges from being an Honorary Member of the Rotary Club of Maraval working on many projects, notably; St. Dominics, The Lady Hochoy Home & Rampanalgas Community Centre among others, for which dedication she was awarded a Paul Harris Fellow.

Nicole was appointed a Liaison Officer for the West Indies in 1991 for the Guillian Barre Syndrome Foundation International (PA, USA), a position which she continues to hold, active in Families in Action in the early 1980s, and in United Way of Trinidad and Tobago. She initiated the “Cup for Charity” to raise funds for UWTT annually which continues to be successful. And, she has served on the Programs and Events Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad & Tobago for fifteen years and lead the Golf Sub-Committee for a few of those years.

In education, as an alumni Nicole has also served on the St. Joseph’s Convent (POS) Past Pupils Association and worked with Newtown Boys RC School to assist in setting up their Health, Safety and Environment Procedures and Processes, further mobilizing funding through the United Nations Development Program GEF Small Grants Program to install a vegetable and herb garden as an on-going partnership project with the school.

As a new member of the WAND Board (2013), Nicole brings a wealth of corporate experience, value management and decades of charitable work.

Nicole declares “My passion is service. Volunteering is fulfilling. Volunteers touch many lives and in so doing develop ourselves and make many new friends.”