Lisa Lewis - Director
With a BSc in Computer Studies from the University of the West Indies (Mona, Jamaica), Lisa has over 20 years of experience in Business Development throughout the Caribbean and South Pacific. Lisa has also completed the Wharton School of Business CEO Executive Programme, The University of Pennsylvania, (June 2015) programme and the Harvard Executive School of Business, Finance for Senior Managers (July 2013). Over the years Lisa has held the position as Group Project Director, Digicel Group, Caribbean and Central America and was responsible for maintaining and advising all CEO’s on strategic Government and Political relations across the English-speaking Caribbean. She served as the Project Director (2003–2008) and was responsible for driving Digicel’s expansion into the Caribbean leading full teams into Cayman, Turks and Caicos and the British Virgin Islands. Lisa has also served as the Customer Care Director (2001 – 2003), reporting to the CEO with responsibility for day to day customer care and call centre management. Lisa’s career has spanned the full range of Business Development and is an asset to the team, particularly given her 7+ years’ experience working with community organisations and social enterprises through her role as the Digicel Foundation Chairman and Board Director.
Lisa Stoddart Millingen
With over 24 years’ experience as a practicing occupational therapist in Jamaica and the Caribbean. She holds a post graduate certificate in behavior therapy along with 2000 hours of behavior therapy supervision. Lisa is also certified in teaching children with dyslexia and administering the listening programme “Integrated Listening Systems”, used to increase auditory attention. She is also a certified coach in the brain enhancement programme COGMED. Lisa worked in various settings in Australia, England, and the U.S.A. before returning to Jamaica. She has worked with children with Autism and other developmental issues for over 20 years. Lisa owns and operates a private therapy practice in Jamaica, Therapy Plus Ltd., where she treats children with developmental, trauma and congenital conditions. Lisa has partnered with the Digicel Foundation in Jamaica, the Government of Jamaica’s (GOJs) Ministry of Labour’s Early Stimulation Plus programme, the GOJs Ministry of Education, the Jamaica Association for Intellectual Disabilities among other organisations and associations in a collaborative project to impact schools across the island of Jamaica with training for teachers and the provision of equipment to improve the delivery of services to special needs children in a developing country setting. Lisa’s specialty is in the treatment of Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) and learning disabilities. She is currently the President of the Occupational Therapy Association.
With over 17 years’ experience in the telecommunications industry in the Caribbean region, Bobby played an integral role in the design team involved in the planning and engineering for the first installation of the cellular network in Jamaica.
After his work with the telecoms industry, Bobby turned his career to event planning in the Caribbean. Bobby has executed high level events for the international stage for both corporate and private entertainment promoters. These events include Beres Hammond’s “A Moment in Time” concert (2007, 2008); the Arthur Guinness Day Celebrations (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014); Reggae Sumfest (2012, 2013, 2014, 2016); A.T.I. Negril (2000 – 2014); Bank of Nova Scotia DB&G Acquisition Launch event (2008); Rainforest Seafood Festival (2013); and the JPS Foundation “Inspire” event (2016).
Bobby holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics (double major), University of the West Indies and has excellent project management skills with significant contacts with corporate Jamaica, the local entertainment industry and affiliated entities for event management.