Mr Herman Browne attended Trinity College from 1960 to 1965 and holds a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management from the University of The West Indies.
Mr Browne worked in the Immigration Service of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago for 40 years, during which time he served as Immigration Attaché at the T&T embassies in Washington DC and Toronto and retired as Chief Immigration Officer in 2007. He was intimately involved in the country’s implementation of its immigration obligations under the Caribbean Single Market and Economy.
After his retirement, he contributed at the regional level as an Immigration and Border Security Consultant with CARICOM’s Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (CARIMPACS). In this capacity, he helped to draft model legislation on human trafficking and a contingency planning guide for ‘Mass Migration Outflows ‘for the CARICOM region.
The Trinity College Alumni Association recognises Herman Browne for being the first alumnus to reach the post of Chief Immigration Officer and for his service in the field of Immigration and Border Security to Trinidad and Tobago and the broader CARICOM region for 40 years