Cletus Kennedy Bertin is the Executive Director of the Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC), from May 2017 to present. He has worked throughout the Eastern Caribbean, Belize, and Trinidad & Tobago, with several Governments, Educational Institutions and Corporations in the private sector, and with Regional and International institutions, such as the Eastern Caribbean
Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL); OECS Secretariat; Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD); Commonwealth Secretariat; The World Bank, Global Information & Communication Technologies Department; Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) and the European Union (EU) Delegation to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, as a consultant, and in some instances, as a full-time employee. He has led several transformational and organizational development initiatives, most notably with: the OECS Secretariat (as Project Manager for the Institutional Strengthening Project: 2009-2012),
the Government of Saint Lucia (as Director of Public Sector Modernization: 2012-2017), and presently with CARILEC (leading the development and implementation of the Strategic Plan: 2018-2022, which has resulted in the repositioning of the organization, and the successful adoption of policy, process, technological, governance, personnel and structural changes). His areas of expertise include Management of Change & Innovation, ICT Implementation, Business
Process Analysis & Reengineering, Strategic Planning, Project Management, Organizational Development and Capacity Building, across several sectors: ICT, Telecommunications, Education, Public Administration, and the Electric Utility sector. He holds a B.Sc. in Management (1991) and a M.Sc. in Management, specializing in Information Systems (1997) from the University of the West
Indies and a Ph.D. in Information Systems & Change Management (2003) from City University in London, England.