Board of Directors
Mr. Taylor currently holds the post of Assistant Superintendent (Ag.) in the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service at the Child Protection Unit. Additionally, he practices as an Attorney and Law and formerly attached to the Court and Process Division of the Police Service.
In addition to his work experience, over 20 years both in the public and private sector, Mr. Taylor, has over twenty five (25) years membership at the Police Credit Union. During this period, he has served many functions which includes; Secretary to the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Supervisory Committee, Director of the board of Directors and former employee of the organization.
Mrs. Renee Bain-Keller has been an active member of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Credit Union for the past twenty (20) years. She has functioned as the Assistant Secretary to the Board of Directors as well as a representative on various committees and serving as Chairman and Secretary on the credit and supervisory committee respectively.
She has participated in numerous workshops and seminars within the Credit Union and the Police Service with certifications in Credit Union Management, Public Relations, and Marketing, Writing for Public Relations, Crime Scene Investigation and comprehensive training and studies in law enforcement.
Mr. Alexander Prince has served as a Magistrate within the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago. Additionally, with over thirty-five (35) years of membership, he has played a significant role as a former President of the Police Credit Union, Treasurer and Director.
Accredited with a Masters in Business Administration, Bachelor in Laws (LLB) and Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution, his plethora of knowledge is a great asset as the Treasurer of the Police Credit Union.
Mr. Wilson is currently a practicing Attorney at Law at his private practice, Phillip A. Wilson and Company. Of his many skills and abilities he is also a trained and practicing professional in the field as a Certified Mediator and Consultant. A former Police Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, he has served at the ranks of Inspector and Legal Officer and was formerly attached to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Academy.
Mr. Wilson has played an active role in the Police Credit Union with more than twenty six (26) years membership. He has also served in the capacity as President, Secretary to the Board of Directors, Director and Chairman and member of the Supervisory Committee and continues to offer his legal expertise to the membership for their personal growth and knowledge enhancement.
Mr. Harold Phillip previously held the post of Deputy Commissioner of Police (Ag.) in the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service and has served the Police Credit Union dutifully for over thirty seven (37) years.
His wealth of knowledge combined with his TTPS experience has capitalized his contributions whilst serving on as a Director, member of the Supervisory and Education Committee.
A Master of Business Administration, Dip. Security Administration and legal education Certificate are the combined wealth and training Mr. Phillip possess as a Director.
Mr. Wellington Virgil has functioned as the former head of the Anti-Corruption Investigation Bureau. Addionally, he served as Director of Investigations at the Integrity Commission, ACP in charge of Special Branch and Acting Commissioner of Police.
He is also credited with Credit Union experiences at Management level having held positions as President, Vice President and Director on the Board of Directors for over twenty six (26) years. As a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Credit Union for over forty-three (43) years, Mr. Virgil brings a wealth and array of knowledge and leadership experience.
Mr. Oluyemi Mashama has over fifteen (15) years membership with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Credit Union. Mr. Mashama has been a Training and Development professional for over 30 years with extensive experience as a Master Instructor, widely recognized as an advocate for self-development.
Mr. Mashama served as Master Instructor with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service and is presently a Lecturer at the National Security Training Academy. He currently holds the position of 2nd Vice President of the International Police Association, Trinidad and Tobago with responsibilities for Training and Development. He is also credited with his Masters in National Security and Intelligence Studies.