To help those who are in need in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Our People


Roger Pritchard

  • 2008 to present Managing Director of Mustique Company
  • 2008 to present Chairman of the Mustique Charitable Trust
  • MCT involved in natural disaster relief and over 52 other organisations within the Caribbean
  • Until 2008 Area Managing Director for Emerging Markets South Asia for DHL Worldwide Express
  • 2004 actively participated in CSR Projects in South Asia, including coordinating disaster relief following the major Tsunami

Brian Alexander

  • 2008 to present Director of National Properties Ltd which  is wholly owned by the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to develop State owned land and other assets
  • 1979-2008 Managing Director of Mustique Company
  • 1970-1979 worked for Mustique Company as well as other developments in the Caribbean (St. Lucia and Grand Bahama Development)

Stephen Joachim

  • 2013 Board member of the National Olympic Committee
  • 2005 appointed Chief Financial Officer of Mustique Company
  • 1989 Professional Accountant (USA and Canada)
  • 1984 Volunteer for sports organizations in St. Vincent including President of Swimming Federation

Bruce Murray

  • 1980 to present President East Market Square, Ltd and Greenbrier Square LLC, (commercial real estate management). Overseeing construction and rental of warehouse, office, and residential property.

  • 1969-1971 Executive Assistant to Director of Medical Education, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC.

  • 1971-1974 Executive Assistant to CEO, Williamsburg Community Hospital, Williamsburg, Virginia.

  • 1974 to present Community Involvement through long term service on the Boards of St. Anne’s Belfield School and the Charlottesville (VA) Free Clinic – serving as chairman of both Boards. Served on the Board of Directors of the Martha Jefferson Hospital – where Co-Chaired the most recent capital Campaign. Currently serving on the Blue Ridge PACE Board- responsible for the health and care of low income seniors.  Also serving on board of The Women’s Initiative – responsible for mental health of underserved women. Appointed by the Governor of Virginia to the Virginia Health Care Foundation Board. Board Member of the Murray 1693 Scholars Foundation of the college of William and Mary. Active in the establishment and continued operation of the James River Boys and Girls Club of Central Virginia. This board service and directorships are all a part of the lifelong passion for wellbeing and health care of the underserved; and promoting and encouraging education.

Sarah Beinecke Richardson

Sarah Beinecke Richardson is Secretary and a director of The Prospect Hill Foundation, a director of The Sperry Fund and a member of the board of Antaeus Enterprises Inc., all located in New York City. She is also Vice President of Tangent Films Ltd., a motion picture production company founded by her husband, Craig Richardson. A resident of Jamestown, Rhode Island, USA, she served, for over thirty years, on the boards of several organizations in Rhode Island and New England, working in the sectors of environmental conservation and research, education, women’s education and leadership, and immigration; as well as a member of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. Ms. Richardson received her BA in English and American Literature from Brown University.

Nancy Young

  • 2001-2014 Of Counsel, Bingham McCutchen
  • 1990-present Member, Council on Foreign Relations
  • 1982-2001 Partner (1986-), Richards & O’Neil; Chair, International Practice Group; Co-Chair, Asia Practice Group
  • 1979-1982 corporate associate, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
  • 1979 J.D.  Columbia Law School; honors in International and Foreign Law, Parker School of International Affairs
  • 1976 M.A. Yale University, East Asian Studies
  • 1975 B.A. Yale University


Roger Pritchard, Chairman
Nancy Young, President
Brian Alexander, Vice President
Bruce Murray, Vice President
Sarah Beinecke Richardson, Vice President
Stephen Joachim, Treasurer
Eric Shaw, Secretary
Andrew Rodger, Assistant Secretary

Dularie Malcolm, Project Director

  • Current: Project Director, The Mustique Charitable Foundation
  • Current: Board Director, Zero Hunger Trust Fund (SVG)
  • 2008-2018 Accountant, The Mustique Company Limited
  • 2000-2008 Accounts Payable Supervisor, The Mustique Company Limited
  • 1998-2000 Senior Travel Consultant, Emerald Travel Services
  • 1996-1998 Assistant Manager, Grenadine Airways
  • 1993-1995 Representative for St. Vincent & the Grenadines, American Express
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