Allister Reynold Glean is the International Specialist for Agribusiness and Value Chains for the Caribbean Region. He possesses a MSc in Agribusiness and Marketing from the University of the West Indies. He is also a qualified attorney at law holding a Legal Education Certificate from the Hugh Wooding Law School. His areas of interest include governance, competitive strategy, marketing, monitoring and evaluation and negotiations. He is currently pursuing further graduate studies in Extension with a focus on governance of producer groups. Prior to his current position, he worked with the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) as a Senior Project Officer. He also worked as the Institutional Support Manager of the Trinidad and Tobago Agribusiness Association (TTABA) and earlier with IICA as an agribusiness consultant. Allister's most recent significant publication was a 'Joint Impact Assessment of CTA’s Support to CARDI (2003-2013)' where he was part of a team that developed an impact assessment tool titled the Capacity Centred Impact Pathways Analysis model .
Lectured at the University of the West Indies (School of Business and Applied Studies) from 2004 to 2017 in the areas of Business ethics, Marketing, Integrated Marketing Communications and Strategic Planning
As a MPhil/Ph.D candidate, I hope to provide lecturing support in the area of strategic planning and governance during the period 2018-2022
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To provide pro bono legal and marketing support to less fortunate youth and women in both Trinidad and Tobago as well as St. Lucia To represent and display optimum production systems in farming to urban youth in Trinidad