Strategic Corporate Interventions (SCI) Limited is a management consulting firm that provides customized, comprehensive and transformational guidance that result in organizational success.
Drawing on over 70 years of combined experience in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the wider Caribbean, SCI identifies, simplifies and resolves complex strategic concerns for Board of Directors, Senior Executives and Management.
Christopher L. Samuda
Chairman & Director of Legal Affairs – SCI Partner – Samuda & Johnson Attorneys-at-law
Mr. Samuda is an Attorney-at-Law, company adviser and consultant with a successful career spanning over 20 years, continents and innumerable industries. Mr. Samuda is a founding partner in the Law Firm, Samuda & Johnson. Mr. Samuda’s legal practice includes Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution; Commercial & Corporate Transactions; Sport and Entertainment; Intellectual Property and Copyright; Patents and Trade Marks; and Real Estate.
He has acted in major hotel and business acquisitions and represents major local and international interests in the Music and Entertainment Industry. Mr. Samuda is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Creative Production & Training Centre limited (CPTC), a Government owned film and production institution which was established over 25 years ago. He is also the Chairman of the Board of Governers of the Media Technology Institute.
Mr. Samuda’s practice includes Tourism, Corporate and Hotel Financing; Trade and Transportation; Mining and Energy and Maritime Law. He has represented international and local financiers in major lendings for a variety of hotel and other projects and has acted for significant local and international hotel interests. In 2009, Mr. Samuda was appointed a resource person to the Jamaica Tourist Board.
In his corporate practice, Mr. Samuda has acted in major divestments, public offers and private placements. Mr. Samuda is one of the few attorneys in Jamaica with a practice in Mining and Energy and he represents major international and local players in that sector.
Mr. Samuda is the President of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce. He is also a Director of the RJR Communications Group, a major, publicly listed communications group and serves as the Chairman of that Group’s television subsidiary, Television Jamaica Limited (TVJ). He is a Director of Berger Paints Jamaica Limited, another publicly listed company, a Director of National Outdoor Advertising Limited, Chairman of the Institute of Law and Economics and the Deputy Chairman of the Board of Management of the Technology Innovation Centre, University of Technology, Jamaica, Mr. Samuda is a member of the Advisory Board of the Spanish Jamaican Foundation (a foundation established by Spanish Investors in Jamaica) and also serves as the Foundation’s Secretary. Mr. Samuda also serves as Chairman of the Trust his alma mater, Wolmer’s Boys’ School and is a member of the Board of Management of the Wolmer’s Trust Schools.
Courtney G.O. Lodge
Managing Director – SCI, Director of Organizational Transformation
Mr. Lodge is a Business Transformation Consultant who has done consultation and training for organizations including the Commonwealth Secretariat (India], Inter-American Development Bank, the Caribbean Association of Indigenous Bank, and the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce.
Mr. Lodge is the immediate past Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions where he spearheaded the organization’s efforts to transform over 342 credit unions represented by affiliates in 18 Caribbean countries. He is also the former General Manager of the GSB Cooperative Credit Union Limited.
Mr. Lodge is currently a Vice President (Branch Operations) at the Victoria Mutual Building Society is also a Director of Creative Production & Training Centre Limited (CPTC), he is a Governor on the board of the Media Technology Institute and a Director of the Jamaica Paralympic Association and the Jamaica Paralympic Foundation.
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