Q: Tell us about your career highlights so far.
A: In 1989 I was awarded the Peat Marwick scholarship at the University of the West Indies which led me to a job with Peat Marwick (now KPMG). In 2008, I was promoted to partner at KPMG in Trinidad and Tobago and in 2020 I started my own firm, S N Golding Financial Services Limited.
Q: What has your career journey been like?
A: I spent almost 30 years with KPMG until I retired from the partnership in October 2019. It was a really progressive time and I led teams on several engagements with multiple opportunities to travel and represent the firm. It also introduced me to the local accounting Institutes in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, for which I’m extremely grateful.
Q: What does connection mean to you?
A: The ability to give opportunity to others and make a difference in the lives of people I meet.
Q: How important is it to feel part of something bigger?
A: Very, especially if it transforms the lives of our citizenry.