HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RECEIVES NEW TEAM MEMBER

The Turks and Caicos Government is pleased to both welcome and congratulate Ms. Latoya Williams on her appointment as a Human Resource Officer within the Office of the Deputy Governor’s Human Resource Management Directorate.

Ms. Williams graduated from within the top five of the H.J. Robinson High School’s graduating class of 2003 and later went on to become the salutatorian of the 2005 graduating class of the Turks and Caicos Islands Community College where she graduated with an Associate Degree in Business Studies.  Ms. Williams also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Barry University in Miami, Florida.

Upon her return to the Turks and Caicos Islands in 2009, Ms. Williams gained employment with Scotiabank (Turks & Caicos Islands) Ltd. where she held the position of Customer Service Representative from 2009 to 2011 and having exuded a strong determination to provide quality customer service to clients, Ms. Williams dedicated her time to also developing via online and cross training a deeper understanding of sales, which led to her being promoted in 2011 to the position of Personal Banking Officer; a post where she achieved much success, having been named as the Top Sales Officer for Turks and Caicos Islands and having been awarded the Country Award for the financial years 2013/2014 and 2014/2015.

Ms. Williams stated that she is both extremely ecstatic and grateful to be joining the team at the Human Resource Management Directorate and believes that the Human Resource Department is the heart of any organization as it provides life to the organization by nurturing and cultivating the people of the organization. “I have always been interested in the welfare of others and have sought to motivate and to encourage others, which I believe will aid me in my new role. I intend to bring a solid foundation of experience, dedication, leadership and professional integrity to the role; while upholding the standards of the Turks and Caicos Islands Government Public Service.  My time in the private sector has helped to develop invaluable communication, time management, self-discipline, relationship building, interviewing, solicitation and telemarketing skills, which I know will be an asset to my new role.”

Deputy Governor, Anya Williams stated; “We are pleased to welcome Ms. Williams to our HR team and we are happy that she has made the Turks and Caicos civil service her career choice.  As we commence a quite ambitious recruitment plan for financial year 2017/2018, we will be counting on Ms. Williams skills to assist in ensuring that the absolute best talent is engaged by TCIG and look forward to working with her as I am sure that she will be looking forward to working with the various ministries across government to fulfil their recruitment and HR management needs.”