Chamberlain Emmanuel is Head of the Environmental Sustainability Division (ESD) at the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission and a member of the Commission’s Leadership Team. Chamberlain leads a portfolio of integrated programmes and projects spanning: Sustainable Ecosystems & Ecosystem Services; Climate Change & Disaster Resilience; Sustainable Energy; and Sustainable Ocean Management. He is at the forefront of a team which is designing, promoting and supporting more sustainable – Green|Blue|Circular|Low-carbon|Resilient - approaches to socio-economic development in the OECS. Under his leadership, the OECS Commission is working to position the Eastern Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) as a model Blue Economy region and to leverage their potential as Large Ocean Economies (LOEs). Chamberlain is a Professional Civil Engineer, Certified Project Manager, and “Sustainable Transformation enthusiast”, with over twenty years of practical experience. He holds a Bachelors in Civil Engineering (University of the West Indies, Trinidad), Diploma in Development and Project Planning (University of Bradford, UK), Project Management Professional (PMP) certification (Project Management Institute - PMI), and Masters in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (H.E.C. Paris). Chamberlain remains “connected” through community, youth and values-oriented initiatives and social enterprise.