Suzette Henry-Campbell, doctoral student NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS,) Department of Conflict Resolution Studies (DCRS) presented a workshop at The University of the West Indies (UWI) Human Resources Development Conference. The conference was held over three days and the theme was, “Transforming the Profile of Caribbean HRD: Building Global Organizations Locally.” Henry-Campbell’s presentation was titled, “Transforming the Profile of Caribbean HRD: Building Global Organizations Locally-Protocols of Transformation.” Her co-presenter was Salma Hadeed, a graduate student at Florida Atlantic University.
Henry-Campbell has had an extensive career in human resources. Prior to commencing her doctoral studies at NSU, Henry-Campbell was the Director of Human Resources at the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Center. She was the Manager of Human Resources at the Hilton Kingston, and had been an Industrial Relations Director 1 for the Ministry of Labour and Social Security in Jamaica.