Team Group: Group Three

Anthony T. Bryan

Anthony T. Bryan is a Fellow with the Caribbean Policy Consortium, Professor and Senior fellow with the Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, is a leading scholar and consultant on energy development, energy geopolitics in the Caribbean, and regional security. He has published widely in those fields and on the topic of Caribbean regional security. He is the author/editor of 10 books and author of numerous articles in scholarly journals and in trade and energy publications. His most recent publication is: The Caribbean’s Blue Economy: Is there a future for the Oil and Gas sector? which appears in The Caribbean Blue Economy (2021), Ed Peter Clegg et al. During his academic career, Bryan was a tenured professor at the University of Rhode Island, and then at The University of the West Indies, in Trinidad and Tobago, where he served as […]

Georges A. Fauriol

Georges A. Fauriol is a Fellow with the Caribbean Policy Consortium and Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS). He is a Think Tank Haiti (TTH) Steering Group member, a partnership of Université Quisqueya (Haiti) and the Inter-American Dialogue and teaches at Georgetown University’s Democracy and Governance Graduate Program. Fauriol retired in 2020 as Vice President, Grants Operations and Evaluation at the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), and served (2002-10) as Vice President of Strategic Planning, and Senior Vice President at one of NED’s implementing institutes, the International Republican Institute (IRI). Prior to 2001, Fauriol held a number of positions at CSIS, notably after 1992 as director and senior fellow of the Americas Program, and previously was also the assistant to the chairman of the Center’s Board of Trustees. Earlier, Fauriol worked at the Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia. He has extensive international and cross-regional […]

David E. Lewis

David Lewis is a Fellow with the Caribbean Policy Consortium, Vice President of Manchester Trade Ltd, an international business advisory firm working on all Caribbean trade, investment and economic integration agreements from the 1984 Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI) to present agreements such as CAFTADR, CARICOM/CARIFORUM, OECS, EU EPA, etc. and has three (3) decades’ involvement in US-Caribbean relations writ large. He has served as Assistant Secretary of State of Puerto Rico, Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)/Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Caribbean Policy Project in Antigua, and Deputy Executive Director of Caribbean/Latin American Action (C/LAA). He has lived and worked across the Caribbean islands and continent and has written and lectured extensively on regional economic growth, integration, and trade and investment agreements. He is an Adjunct Professor at the FIU School of Business. Received his Ph.D. (International Business) from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and B.A. degrees from Brandeis University (Economics, Political Science) and the […]

Bruce Zagaris

Bruce Zagaris is a Fellow with the Caribbean Policy Consortium, Partner, Berliner Corcoran & Rowe, LLP; formerly lecturer, Univ. of the West Indies Faculty of Law.  He consulted for the USAID, helping prepare a project paper for the Caribbean Justice Improvement Project (CJIP) in 1985-86.  He has consulted for several CARICOM governments on financial services, tax treaties, and international law. In 1991, he consulted for the British High Commission in the Caribbean, advising dependent territories on developments with respect to the supervision and regulation of offshore banks and trust companies. In the mid-1990s, for the UN International Drug Control Program (UNDCP, now UNODC), he evaluated a UNDCP project operated by one of the Univ. of the West Indies campuses on training judges, magistrates and prosecutors on money laundering and asset forfeiture.  In 2007, he advised CFATF on economic nationality programs and attended its meeting in Trinidad & Tobago. In 2008, […]