Glendon Harris joined the head-office team of AMD Alliance International in 2011, assisting in a range of tasks including program and project management, organisation development and policy and procedural reviews.
Glendon's background is as a Management Consultant specialising in all of the intervention arenas of Organisation and People Development and Practice within the Public, Private and Third Sectors with substantial experience in sugar manufacturing, local government, civil service, water companies and shipbuilding companies. He has worked with top-tier clients’ projects covering the range from delivering commercially focused organisation and people insights to supporting significant programs involving large scale transformation.
He obtained his initial professional formation and development as a Human Resource Management Practitioner in a large multi-faceted sugar producing company (originally Booker Tate and Lyle and now Guyana Sugar Corporation Ltd) where he rose through the professional ranks to become the Chief Personnel Manager. This exposure grounded him in all of the major functional disciplines of Human Resources Management and project management as well as the general principles of managing a major operating department within a productive competitive unit at the strategic apex.
During his career he attended a number of continuing professional development programs including post graduate study in Industrial Relations and Quality Management and a Master’s degree level in Manpower Studies. He is also a qualified and registered DDI Facilitator. His career in Organisation and Management Consulting has spanned the last 20 years, during which time he was contracted by clients in the public, private and third sectors as well as International Development Agencies (Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, and the European Commission) to work on a wide range of projects in major service areas such as:
Kasuko Kamiya serves as AMD Alliance International’s Country Manager in Japan. Headquartered in Tokyo, Kasuko began her career with AMDAI in 2008 working to increase awareness and understanding of macular disease within her country. Like much of the rest of the world, macular disease is on the rise in Japan, making Kasuko’s role with AMDAI critical. Kasuko’s background includes extensive experience in public affairs and corporate internal and external communications.
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