Vice President, Corporate Services and Business Development (Ag.)
Gregory Sealy was appointed Vice President, Corporate Services and Business Development (Ag.) in March 2022. Gregory is an Attorney-at-Law and Human Resource Generalist /Industrial Relations Practitioner with over 27 years’ experience, the majority of which has been in the heavy industry, petrochemical and oil and gas sectors.
He has held Senior Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations positions throughout his career including:
- Human Resources and Workforce Development Manager, Alutrint Limited
- General Manager - Human Resources, ArcelorMittal Point Lisas Limited
- Human Resources Manager - Employee Relations, Yara Trinidad Limited
- Manager - Industrial Relations, Caribbean Ispat Limited
- Human Resource Advisor, bpTT and
- Labour Relations Officer (Conciliator) Ministry of Labour
Gregory’s experience includes effectively leading Human Resource Teams, and the translation and implementation of HR initiatives geared towards the achievement of business plans. He also has training and expertise in Employment Law, Civil Litigation, Corporate/Commercial Law and Conveyancing and is very experienced, competent, and comfortable in leading Collective Bargaining Negotiations in challenging, strongly unionised environments.
With several years’ experience in Management and leadership in multinational organisations, Gregory has represented the various companies he has worked for in international forums and missions in Brazil, Argentina, France, Norway, China, and Guyana.
At National Energy, Gregory has held senior management positions in Human Resources, Corporate Communication and Strategic Planning. He is also a director on the Board of Phoenix Park Energy Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited.
Gregory holds a BSc. in Social Sciences from The University of the West Indies, a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of London (UK) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Staffordshire (UK). Gregory is licensed to practise law in Trinidad and Tobago.