About Ermath Harrington
Ermath Nicholas Harrington is an International Business and Capacity Building Consultant, Founder and Managing Director of the HARCON Group based in Trinidad and Tobago comprising HARCON Harrington Consulting Limited; HARCON Business and Investigations Services Limited (HBISL) (Jamaica); HARCON Tech Limited and Artefex Limited.
These companies operate in a multi sector business environment that transcends international business consulting and capacity building; loss investigations services for the financial sector, information technology environmental management consultancy; communication, marketing and branding and telecommunications.
Ermath’s experience base covers all aspects of organizational development in public, private and civil society sectors at the national, regional and international levels. A summary of his range of expertise comprises strategic planning and analysis, performance management, balanced scorecard design and implementation, process re-engineering, communication and branding, environmental management consulting, project and program management, change management and research.
Ermath is the former Regional Focal Point for the Caribbean Region for the World Bank’s Global Environment Facility and a member of the Global Coordinating Committee of the GEF NGO Network. He is also former President of the Caribbean Conservation Association the largest regional environmental NGO in the Caribbean headquartered in Barbados, and sat on the Steering Committee of the Global Water Partnership – Caribbean (GWP-C) and is Strategic Advisor to the Carib E-Law Network.
He is also a member of the Caribbean Waste Water Association (CWWA) and is a past Vice President of the Caribbean Forest Conservation Association in Trinidad as well as a past member of the Cabinet Appointed National Forest Fire Committee. He currently serves as a Board member of the Board of Trustees of the Guardian Neediest Cases Fund. He is the recipient of the National Service Award for service rendered to Trinidad and Tobago during the period of national crisis in 1990.