Susan Branker Greene has over 20 years in leadership and management positions. Her rich professional experience spans the public, private and NGO sectors, including serving as a Senior Business Development Officer at the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Business Development in Barbados, Regional Director for the Caribbean Management Development Association and Regional Programme Director at the Caribbean Centre for Development Administration’s Caribbean Support Initiative Programme Management Unit.
Susan is a British Chevening Scholar, who holds a Master of Science in International Relations from the University of Southampton in the UK and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus.
Susan is passionate about developing people and organisations to maximize performance while leaving a sustainable footprint.
She was a part-time clinical faculty member at The University of the West Indies, Sagicor Cave Hill School of Business and Management in Barbados for five years where she was a facilitator for the Executive EMBA programme and also served as a strategic business services consultant and corporate trainer on leadership development, strategic planning, change management and organisational behaviour.
During her ten year tenure as a Regional Programme Director, Susan worked extensively and intimately with both the public and NGO sector across the Eastern and wider Caribbean. She managed numerous technical cooperation interventions as well as grant funding from the Bernard Van Leer Foundation to NGOs and Government.
Beyond this, Susan has provided thought leadership and managed many assignments in the field of developing fit for purpose results-based monitoring and evaluation systems for Caribbean organisations and Governments.
Susan Branker Greene is a seasoned international development practitioner and evaluator who is the Principal Consultant and Managing Director of Targeted Development Consulting Inc. (www.tdcworks.com), a boutique-consulting firm established in 2012 and specialising in Monitoring and Evaluation, Programme Management and Organisational Development and Leadership.