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Members Speak 2019


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TMC Colombo Founder Life Member Shevanthi Jayasuriya has been a part of the corporate world for many years, including 16 years working with Capital Maharaja Organization – where she worked across Travel, Television and Radio, Mobile Communication, Public Affairs and Merchant Banking.  

She was the Chief of Party for USAID’s Accelerated Skills Acquisition Program, where she managed and implemented programs in the war-affected North, Central and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka. Her experience includes program design, resource mobilisation, donor relations, monitoring and evaluation, administration, budget management and leadership of large-scale development programs. She served as Head of Communications for the Peace Secretariat, Sri Lanka and contributed to the peace process at a crucial stage in Sri Lanka’s history.

She is currently the Country Director of Room to Read Sri Lanka, a literacy and girls’ education focused organisation. She holds an MBA in business administration from the University of Hull, United Kingdom. 

TMC Colombo Member Jude Joseph counts over 30 years of corporate level experience in the private business/corporate sector with general management experience in FMCG and Consumer Durables retailing of global brands. He has significant knowledge and experience in cross functional areas such as marketing, finance, manufacturing and human resource management. 

He is a recognised professional who is being invited to deliver speeches in professional fora.

He holds Bachelor’s Degree (B.A) majoring in Economics with Statistics and Mathematics, Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Postgraduate Diploma in Business and Financial Administration (PG Dip in Buss & Fin Admn.), Postgraduate Diploma (Dip. M) in Marketing – CIM, UK, Certified Professional Marketer (CPM-Asia Pacific). 

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