23 Jun 2019 | Steven Pilgrim & Ainsworth Joseph
We are proud to acknowledge the Pioneers and congratulate six PhD graduates originating from the Caribbean Union, who on May 19, 2019, were part of the ‘first-fruits’ of some 16 doctors who graduated from this innovative bi-lingual PhD in Business Administration, at the University of Montemorelos, Mexico (See Photo below).
It was in 2015 that the pioneer of this International Bi-lingual PhD in Business administration program, Dr. Stephen Wayne Pilgrim, a son of the soil, from Siparia, Trinidad, right here in the Caribbean Union, approached another son of the soil also from Siparia, Trinidad, but now the Ministerial Secretary of Northeastern Conference, Dr. Ainsworth E. Joseph, to co-engineer the first-ever International PhD Business Administration Cohort, offered through the University of Montemorelos, Nuevo Leon, Mexico – one of the flagship Universities of the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.
The goals of this program were to bridge the language and cultural gap between Hispanic and English Pastors and congregations and to enhance the administrative skills of Pastors and Leaders internationally. Many doubted while others questioned the possibility of such an initiative. However, some captured the vision and immediately enrolled in the pilot program.
The program was generated by the Post-Graduate Coordinator at the School of Business, Enterprise & Law, Professor Dr. Pedro Gonzalez; and received its blessings from the President of Universidad de Montemorelos, Professor Ismael Castillo Osuna, as a very innovative and ‘blue ocean’ proposal.
We congratulate each of these ‘history-making PhD graduates’, but particularly those originating from:
South Caribbean Conference:
St. Lucia Mission:
Persons interested in joining this august group of Doctors of Business Administration, as well as Doctor of Educational Administration can contact article author below. We give God thanks for what He has done for our fellow CARU members.
We affirm the vision and work of the pioneers for this established legacy, and we join in saying: “To God be the glory, great things He hath done!”
Dr. Stephen Wayne Pilgrim email@example.com
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