Bianca is a Communications and Client Advisor – AOSIS Support with Climate Analytics, providing direct communications and media support to the Chair of AOSIS (Alliance of Small Island States) under the CASA AOSIS project.
Bianca has enjoyed a dynamic career in communications at top-level institutions locally and internationally. A graduate of Goldsmiths, University of London (thesis distinction) with an MA in Media and Communications, and St. John’s University, New York with a BSc. in Communication Arts, Bianca has applied her knowledge to benefit organisations focused on socio-economic development and capacity building.
A key achievement includes management of the “Caribbean-Pacific Mobility Scheme” (CARPIMS), a ground-breaking EUR 2,000,000 Intra-ACP academic mobility project aimed at advancing institutional and socio-economic development within Caribbean and Pacific SIDs. This was the largest South-South mobility program ever funded by the European Union, and Bianca was responsible for writing and preparing the successful renewal proposal.
She has additionally worked as Communications Officer for the Trinidad and Tobago High Commission, London, where she led all public relations to showcase the objectives and accomplishments of the Mission.
Bianca is also the recipient of multiple ADDY awards (creative honours of the American Advertising Federation) for her work with local and regional advertising clients.