Trinidad and Tobago’s chief of the opposition, Kamla Persad-Bissessar has expressed that the passing of Grenfell Kissoon has left a void in Trinidad and Tobago and the broader Caribbean panorama.
Stories are that Kissoon died peacefully at his Chaguanas dwelling on Wednesday.
Famous as a big contributor to media administration and human sources, his absence deeply resonates with many.
A Trailblazing profession spanning 4 many years
In a media launch on Friday, Persad-Bissessar underscored Kissoon’s 40-year skilled profession via each non-public and state media sectors in Trinidad and Tobago, in addition to the broader Caribbean realm.
“He served as a director of the nation’s largest enterprise conglomerate, and his in depth media administration profession included being the Common Supervisor of Trinidad and Tobago Tv (TTT), Managing Director of the Trinidad Publishing Firm (Guardian Media), Chairman of the Board on the Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG) and a director on the ANSA McAL board,” she stated.
Steering corporations to success and monetary development
Past his roles in numerous esteemed media entities, Persad-Bissessar expressed that Kissoon’s affect was essential in making certain stability and steering corporations in the direction of commendable monetary achievements.
She additionally talked about his multifaceted position as a mentor, mediator, and advisor which solely heightened his affect.
Contributions past the boardroom
Persad-Bissessar lauded how Kissoon generously imparted his data, enriching Trinidad and Tobago’s improvement.
“He matched his competence and accomplishments with a genial character, skilled manner, and a purposeful zeal in mentoring anybody who sought his steering,” she stated.
Persad-Bissessar poignantly concluded,“Whereas his demise is a colossal loss, we’re consoled by the truth that he helped to develop a era of succesful leaders within the numerous fields by which he served. Mr. Kissoon’s demise has made Trinidad and Tobago a poorer place.”
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