Profile of Brian Boyce

Brian Boyce Marketing/Public Relations Specialist
5 years experience 0 projects worked Trinidad and Tobago
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Experienced professional with a demonstrated history of working in the Communications/Marketing/Public Relations and Performing Arts industry. Educational background includes M.A. focused in Carnival Studies, B.A. in Mass Communication and A.A.S. in Journalism and Public Relations.

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Work Experiences

  • Clerk II

    Ministry of Social Development & Family Services

    December 2012 - Now

    Market research, due diligence checks, liaise with external and internal clients, preparation of bid packages and tender notices, generate purchase orders and payment of respective invoices.

  • Marketing Analyst

    The Commonwealth Youth Council

    September 2019 - August 2020

    Draft and review marketing proposals and material, analyse various markets and recommend methods of approach, promote activities, initiatives and programmes.

  • Social Media Coordinator (Intern)

    The Technical, Legal and Regulatory Compliance Group

    July 2020 - September 2020

    Plan social media calendars, social media posts, host live shows and brain storm campaigns.


  • Inventory Control Management

    University of Trinidad and Tobago

    May 2019 - June 2019


  • Mass Communication

    College of Science Technology & Applied Arts of Trinidad & Tobago

    September 2013 - August 2015

    Courses included:
    • Principles of Marketing
    • Applied Public Relations Planning
    • Newspaper and Magazine Editing
    • Investigative Reporting
    • Broadcast Newswriting
    • Critical Analysis of Media & Television Coverage
    • Mass Media in the Global Context
    • Music/Film as Communication
    • Voice and Presentation
    • Creative Writing
    • Comparative Literature
    • Survey of Art History

  • Carnival Studies

    University of Trinidad and Tobago

    September 2017 - August 2018

    Courses included:
    • Carnival Ethnography: Writing Empirical Reports
    • Exploratory Research in the Social Sciences
    • Pro Seminar in Ethnomusicology
    • Caribbean Carnival and Culture
    • A History of Calypso/Calypso Tent Studies
    • Pan Yard Studies/Mas Camp Studies
    • Fundamentals and Techniques of Calypso Composition and Performance