Announcing the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society Executive

Election of the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society Executive


The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) held our first official AGM under our new by-laws on June 8th, 2011 and elected the following persons to the TTCS Executive:

Committees

In addition, the following Committees were appointed from members attending the June 8 2011 meeting in accordance with our new by-laws:

Education and Publicity Committee:

  • Anil Ramnanan
  • Dev Anand Teelucksingh
  • Jacqueline Morris
  • Richard Jobity

Financial Committee:

  • Chair: Dulcie Furlonge
  • Anil Ramnanan
  • Cintra Sooknanan
  • Dev Anand Teelucksingh
  • Kurt Caesar
  • Ryan Shripat

Advisory Committee:

  • Anil Ramnanan
  • Cintra Sooknanan
  • Dev Anand Teelucksingh
  • Dulcie Furlonge
  • Jacqueline Morris
  • Richard Jobity
  • Ryan Shripat
  • Sachin Ganpat

Change in TTCS Directors

With the resignation of Cintra Sooknanan, an additional Directorship became available and a decision was made to appoint Jacqueline Morris as a Director. The Executive and Directors would like to welcome Jacqueline Morris on her appointment and sincerely thank Cintra for her hard work and dedication over the years.

Joining the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society


The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society is a computer user group formed in 1997. We:

  • are a forum where computers, related technologies and related social issues are discussed;
  • keep current with the events in the local Information Technology and telecommunications industries;
  • “Network local computer users” so that they can share knowledge and improve upon their experiences with modern technology.


Membership in the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society is open to anyone interested in computers regardless of the level of their computer experience or the type of hardware or software they use. To join, please fill out the online form available at
http://www.ttcsweb.org/jointtcs

We have regular meetings, mailing lists, podcasts, and our website (http://ttcsweb.org) and presence on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/ttcsweb) and on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/ttcs) . We also hold membership in several international organisations and advise on technology issues in Trinidad and Tobago and the region.



Regards,
Ryan Shripat

Secretary,
Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society