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williamWilliam Hart Coleridge1st Bishop Of Barbados

thomasThomas Parry2nd Bishop Of Barbados

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Executive Committee



Mr. Jeff Broomes : President

Mr. Jeff Broomes


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Ms. Maria Sampson : First Vice President

Ms. Maria Sampson

First Vice President

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Mr. Rohan Hall : Second Vice President

Mr. Rohan Hall

Second Vice President

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Mrs. Janelle Nembhard : Secretary

Mrs. Janelle Nembhard


Attended the Coleridge and Parry school from 1996 to 2002. I was an active member of the Nifca Gold Award winning School Band in which I played the flute and was also apart of the Steel Orchestra. After graduating from the Coleridge and Parry school I attended the Samuel Jackman Prescod polytechnic where I successfully pursued a diploma in Architectural Drafting. I attained further qualifications at the University of Technology,Jamaica in Architectural Studies and completed a MSc degree in Building and Construction management at the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill). I currently have taken a keen interest in the area of Procurement and will actively seek to be qualified in this field. I am employed by the Project Office, Office of the Attorney General. I am a gift basket designer in my spare time , have a love for skin care and makeup artistry and enjoys singing.

Mr. Richard Alleyne : Assistant Secretary

Mr. Richard Alleyne

Assistant Secretary

Mr. Richard Alleyne is a professional artist and teacher of Art at the Coleridge and Parry School. After graduating, he pursued A-Level sciences and A-Level Art at the Barbados Community College, successfully achieving two A-levels, after which he moved into the Faculty of Fine Arts of the same institution.  While there, he successfully completed an Associate Degree in Applied Arts: Art Education and later a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. As a professional artist his work adorned many galleries around Barbados. The Barbados Community College awarded him for the most outstanding two (2) dimensional works on graduation, and he was awarded by N.I.F.C.A in painting also. Continual educational developments led to a Diploma in Education and a Certificate in Educational Management and Administration from the University of the West Indies. Richard’s passion for sport led him to pursue a coaching certification in basketball, where he successfully led Coleridge and Parry teams to multiple championships in the junior and senior boys divisions, and the girls basketball teams as well. As the past Corresponding Secretary of the Coleridge and Parry School Parent Teacher Association, he eagerly looks forward to serving the CAPSAA committee and by extension school and community with distinction.

Mr. John Yearwood : Treasurer

Mr. John Yearwood


Ms. Lisa Sealy : Assistant Treasurer

Ms. Lisa Sealy

Assistant Treasurer

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Ms. Paula Harris : Public Relations Officer

Ms. Paula Harris

Public Relations Officer

Ms. Paula Harris graduated from the Coleridge and Parry School in 1999. At school, she was a member of the Athletics Club and the French Club.

After graduating, she pursued studies in hotel management, tourism and hospitality, and marketing. She holds an ASc in Hotel Catering & Institutional Operations from the Barbados Community College Hospitality Institute, and a BSc in Hospitality & Tourism ManagementMSc in Marketing Management and Certificate in Marketing, Public Relations, and Advertising, all from The University of the West Indies. She has over 14 years’ experience in marketing and sales. She is currently a Marketing Consultant, and also holds the post of Business Development Consultant at the Caribbean Tourism Organization. She believes in making time to do the things that make her happy. She loves exercising, traveling, listening to music, dancing, and socializing.

She is a proud CAPSAA member and an avid team player who endeavours to add value to the team in the capacity of Public Relations Officer. She is passionate about developing strong camaraderie among all CP alumni and also building awareness about CAPSAA’s extensive work within the CP community and in the public domain.  Let's connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulaharrismsc/

Mrs. Aretha Grant : Floor Member

Mrs. Aretha Grant

Floor Member

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Mr. Michael Slocombe : Floor Member

Mr. Michael Slocombe

Floor Member

“Results not Reasons”; these are the words that are Michael's daily mantra.  As a graduate of the last class before girls entered the Coleridge and Parry School, Michael was a part of the beginning of the changes at the school.

While at school, he participated in and represented the school in varying sports and clubs.  He was a Head Prefect and a national representative in track and field, winning a medal for Barbados at the Carifta games.  He also earned an athletic scholarship.

Michael is currently the Management Information Systems manager at the Barbados Community College and is an experienced and certified project manager with a specialty in Information Technology projects.

His skillset and business experience as a consultant brings management and organizational experience to the CAPSAA executive committee.  He is an advocate of transparency and inclusion and strongly believes that CAPSAA can be an integral part of the school’s growth and success.

Dr. Rudolph Alleyne : Immediate Past President

Dr. Rudolph Alleyne

Immediate Past President

Rudolph Alleyne was an avid athlete from school day and always had a passion for sport. This influenced his vocation as an physical education teacher and more recently the Academic Coordinator for the Sport Sciences Programme at UWI Cave Hill Campus. Rudy's love for Coleridge and Parry School is demonstrated by his continued contributions to the school over the years. As president he hopes to bring all CP alumni together to celebrate and give back to our Alma Mater. He lives by the mantra "play hard, work hard, live life to the fullest."

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