Board of Directors and Finance Committee

Petipha Lewis


Petipha Lewis is a Director on the CBF Board of Directors. She currently serves as Executive Director and Secretary to the Board of Directors of the Grenada Chamber of Industry and Commerce. As Executive Director of the Chamber, she has been credited with effectively restructuring the finances of the organization and has played a key role in the growth of the membership, improvement of services and advocacy initiatives in the interest of the private sector. Petipha has a passion for sustainable development and the preservation of our earth for future generations. She has worked closely with the Department of Fisheries, Grenada, to develop a communication plan for the Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). She currently serves as the Deputy Chair of the Grenada Sustainable Development Trust Fund and represents Grenada on the board of the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund. As an advocate for the private sector, Petipha serves as Vice Chair of the Caribbean Network of Chambers (CARICHAM), Vice Chair of The Trade facilitation Task Force, and as a Director of the Bureau of Standards in Grenada, playing a meaningful role in the delicate balance of creating wealth while preserving the environment. She holds a master’s degree in Business Administration, as well as a Diploma in Business Management from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, and a Diploma in Sales and Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, and Cable and Wireless. Petipha has over thirty-nine (39) years’ experience of working in both the private and public sectors, at senior managerial levels and as a management consultant and events planner. She has conducted and organized numerous training workshops, meetings, media conferences, annual awards and dinners, luncheons, and other events. As part of a team, she has successfully organized and coordinated conferences both locally and internationally.
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