Tenielle Tobias - Solomon, wife of Stephawn and mommy of Brielle, is a proud alumni and honours graduate of the University of the West Indies where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Management Studies with an elective focus in Human Resources, Communications and Finance. She is also the holder of a Master in Business Administration from the Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom and is the recipient of an award of distinction for her major research project- Engaging the Generations: An Analytical Appraisal of the Drivers of Employee Engagement by Generational Cohort in Trinidad and Tobago.
Tenielle has been described as a “firebrand” by the Trinidad Express Newspapers for her national political contributions as a youth speaker for the People’s National Movement. She is also widely known as co-anchor and youth voice of POWER 102FM’s top talk show, Fair- Play, where she fearlessly served from 2008-2014. Tenielle currently functions in a senior leadership capacity in the telecommunications industry where she collaborates with leaders in building Great Places to Work.
Tenielle brings to the Heliconia Foundation her talent for building relationships across organisations possessing diverse people of diverse origins. She is a culture and change architect and communicator who is passionate about building corporate cultures that promote rewarding experiences, inspire change, cultivate trust and fuels success. Being a standard bearer of the philosophy that learning is a journey not a destination, Tenielle has embarked on several personal development adventures over the years resulting in her acquiring qualifications in Strategic Public Relations, Labour Law, Industrial Relations and more recently the designation of PROSCI Certified Change Practitioner with PROSCI Canada.
Tenielle represented Trinidad and Tobago at the Global Young Leaders Conference in the United States in 2007 and was invited by the Congressional Youth Leadership Council to attend the inauguration of President Barack Obama in 2008. She served as the Director of Recruitment with the Volunteer Centre of Trinidad and Tobago (VCTT) in 2015 and has volunteered her expertise nationally as a member of the Public Relations Committee of both the People’s National Movement and the Human Resource Management Association of Trinidad and Tobago (HRMATT).