Stacy-Ann Wilson BBA, DipM, MCIM
Stacy-Ann Wilson is a social entrepreneur and she is currently the Managing Director of ODEM Group of Companies Limited, where she focuses on merging creative media services with community development. She has extensive marketing consulting experience with small and medium-sized businesses, mainly in business development, planning, and branding. While immersed in the marketing industry for over 16 years, Stacy-Ann has simultaneously contributed to social change. Under ODEM Foundation – the nonprofit arm of ODEM, she currently specializes in poverty alleviation. She works with inner-city community groups such as The Waterhouse Community Development Benevolent Society in youth development and life skills training. Under ODEM's creative media arm, she is currently spearheading a PR and marketing Cybersecurity Campaign across 12 Caribbean countries on behalf of Get Safe Online, a UK nonprofit organization.
She is an alumnus of The University of Technology, Jamaica. During her study tenure, she was the class representative and the public relations officer for the business administration department. On completion of her undergraduate degree in marketing and international business, she transitioned
into the orange economy, gaining her working experience with unique brands from the Caribbean, USA, and Europe. While working for Ross Advertising, she was the brainchild behind the Shout-Out Jamaica campaign during the purchase of Air Jamaica by Caribbean Airlines. The campaign won Gold Addy awards for TV, Radio, outdoor, and identity design. She has been featured in Entrepreneur Spirit Caribbean and has also contributed to the magazine, her articles entitled "Social Media – How to Get It Right" and "Understanding your Target Market." She is an avid supporter of the arts. She has participated as a presenter in workshops geared at using Digital Media & Marketing as growth tools for Artisans through Caribbean Intransit. She was also a guest coach consecutively at Startup Weekend Trinidad 2013 and 2014. In 2018 her business was chosen as a consulting firm by the Caribbean Export Development Company to provide sales and marketing technical assistance to entrepreneurs in Antigua and Barbuda and Dominica under the Women Empowered Through Export (WE-Xport) programme. In 2020, she was chosen by the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office as a Chevening Scholar. She's a member of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Jamaica, and the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK.
Keive Wilson Dip, BSc (Hons) QS, MScFM, MRICS
Twenty years experience functioning as a professional quantity surveyor in a combination of highly technical as well as middle management roles with an overlapping ten (10) years’ experience as a facilities management consultant; infrared thermography being the area of specialization. Highly skilled in the formulation of construction, facilities service, and maintenance contracts, tender documents, project cost estimates and budgets, bid pricing, cost reports, claims (assessment, evaluation), interim payment certificates, final accounts, close-out reports, diagnosing electrical, mechanical services and building envelope heating, cooling, leak problems using specialist equipment and expertise. Recommending best-practice solutions for construction contractual matters, while tapping into auxiliary knowledge resources for a more comprehensive service provision.
Avril Bacquain AA, B.E.
Miss Bacquain is our Director with oversight over Key Accounts and Media Planning. She is adept at researching new markets and strategically aligns media to client needs for greater penetration and visibility. A natural juggler, Miss Bacquain holds an Associate's Degree in Psychology and a Bachelor's Degree in Education. She has over eight (8) years in education and (6) years in administration and marketing combined. She has spearheaded media planning and buying projects in over 12 Caribbean countries. At ODEM, she has worked on both government and commercial projects and brands such as Organization of The American States, Get Safe Online, Caribbean Export Development Agency, Ministry of Home Affairs and New Growth Industries, Bryden pi, L'Oreal, Maybelline, and Garnier.