David Nicholas Rickham – Managing Partner
David Nicholas Rickham, FHCIMA is the Managing Partner of GulfCarib. His experience includes Management Consultant/Hotel and Tourism/Management Resort Hotels, Marketing/Tourism and Hotel Planning and Development Real Estate Development/Call Center Operations. He has resided in Jamaica since 1967, and maintains a dual British and Jamaican citizenship.
Robin Crum Ewing
Robin Crum Ewing was employed by Alcan Jamaica Ltd, Agricultural Division in 1956. He returned to the U.K. a year later to undertake practical experience in on two farms in East Anglia: The Grange, Balsham, Cambridgeshire, a mixed farm of 1000 acres growing grains, sugar beets, pigs and sheep; and Hinton Hall, Haddenham, Isle of Ely, a dairy farm. He completed a two year course in Agricultural Science at the R.A.C. Cirencester and returned to Jamaica in 1960 to rejoin Alcan Agricultural Division as understudy to Dennis Fulford, Manager of the St Ann Beef Cattle Farms. He was appointed Manager of the St. Ann beef cattle farms with a total herd of 4000, mainly Jamaica Red Polls, in 1961. In 1968 he was employed as GM of Green Castle Estate, Robins Bay, St. Mary. Elected Chairman of the Managing Committee of the Jamaica Red Poll Cattle Breeders Society, he served for three years and remains a Member of the Managing Committee. While at Greencastle Estate he served for seven years as Chairman of the Jamaica Brahman Breeders Society and continues as a Member of the Managing Committee.
Gordon Langford qualified as a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 1980, in London. He practised with the Inland Revenue, and Savills in London. He returned to Jamaica at the beginning of 1996 after 28 years in England. Gordon Langford is a Past President of the Realtors Association of Jamaica, and a past Board Member of the Real Estate Board). In January 2009, Langford and Brown became a member of NAI Global – the 5th largest commercial real estate firm in the world – to form NAI Jamaica Langford & Brown. From 1996, working as a partner in Langford & Brown and running the family coffee farm. Currently the sole principal in NAI Jamaica Langford & Brown, he also arranges coffee exports to Langford Brothers Ltd in the UK.
Mr. Daugherty is President and CEO of H2O FUTURES, an international design and project development firm. He has over 34 years of professional experience in environmental planning and design, as both an architect and landscape architect. Special areas expertise include active / passive building system energy applications, on-site ‘smart’ water capture, treatment and reuse (including saline and toxic remediation) and productive landscape ecology. He has been responsible for a variety of major land planning and architectural projects, valued in excess of $1.2 billion, worldwide. Mr. Daugherty has taught design at the University of California at Davis and the New School of Architecture in San Diego, and was a featured speaker at the World Congress on Adventure Travel and Ecotourism in Manaus, Brazil. He has traveled extensively in South and Central America, Africa, Asia and Europe, studying indigenous architecture and land planning techniques. His commitment to community service is demonstrated in his active membership in local, state, national and international organizations.
Trish Daugherty is an experienced graphic designer with proven success in generating creative ideas and solutions. Ms. Daugherty has years of experience in graphic design, including environmental, print, and web graphics. She has excellent communication skills and project management capabilities with a proven track record in fast paced, multi-task work environments. She has been in charge of the production of award winning identity programs, publications and other collateral print material related to graphics programs. To view more, visit her website.
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