BrightPath Foundation is served by a Board of Directors and a Global Advisory Council. Our Leadership Team comprises representatives from business, academia, the public sector and civil society drawn from around the world.

Students, schools, communities and nations are able to benefit from the direct involvement and support of BrightPath's Directors and Advisory Council. Their ideas, advice and support, as well as their leadership, advocacy and financial resources play a significant role in advancing our initiatives across the world.

BrightPath's Global Management Team is lead by Founder and Executive Director Bevil Wooding and is made up of the organization's senior officers: Chief Operating Officer, Director of Programs, Chief Communications Officer, and Regional Directors.

The Foundation Board of Directors meets quarterly. The Global Advisory Council meets twice a year. Both teams use technology to interact frequently and collaborate to develop strategy and global programs.

BrightPath Foundation is a not for profit corporation incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 617, Florida Statutes, United States. BrightPath is also registered as a charitable organization in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is a team of close collaborators that conducts and directs the affairs of the BrightPath Foundation on a global scale. They coordinate the design and implementation of training and development initiatives at a high level, and provide guidance to program execution on the ground in local communities.

Advisory Council

The Advisory Council is a special group of international experts who provide a global perspective, input and advice for BrightPath's programs and initiatives.

Board of Directors

Bevil Wooding
Stephen Lee
Stephanie Danclair
Misty Newcomb

Advisory Council

Dr. Marlon Jameson
Dr. Farid Youssef
Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro
Dr. David Taylor