Middle management is regarded as the engine of organisational performance, and Caribbean women continue to be well-represented there by global standards. Yet progress into roles of senior leadership and influence remains problematic, a challenge Caribbean leaders are determined to address. 

This article features different efforts to support the region’s pool of talented women, highlighting the perspectives of Therese Turner-Jones (Caribbean Development Bank), Melanie Subratie (Stanley Motta Ltd.), Nicole Pitter-Patterson (2X Global), Michael McMorris and Joni-Gaye Cawley (Jamaica Chamber of Commerce) and Caroline Toni Sirju-Ramnarine (Atlantic LNG).

Read more about the case for change in this Insight Series article exploring women middle management representation, indicator three in the Sweef Capital Gender ROITM Insight series