Toni Moore has been nominated to succeed retiring General Secretary of the Barbados Workers Union (BWU) Sir Roy Trotman.
In making the announcement yesterday, Sir Roy noted that Moore, who currently is his deputy, has been with the BWU since 2004 and serves as director of industrial relations with the over 70-year-old body.
“She has been chosen by the Executive Council on my nomination and she will be person that we are presenting and projecting to the public as the person that we wish to groom for possible ascendency to the office of General Secretary when the election is held in August of this year,” he said.
Moore, 37, attended the Combermere School and holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, as well as a Masters in Human Resources Management and Management of Innovation from McMasters University in Canada.
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