Wilfredo Ernesto Guerrero was born in Belize City in 1942 and received his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Louisiana Tech University in 1972. He obtained the status of Registered Professional Engineer (Louisiana) in 1977. He has done postgraduate studies in Hydraulic Engineering (Dip H.E., Delft, NL) and Project Management at Bradford University, U.K and a wide variety of Management and Training courses. He has also holds a Certificate in Design of Urban Drainage for Developing Countries, from IHE,Delft, the Netherlands. He was the founding President of the Association of Professional Engineers of Belize (APEB).
Mr. Chung holds a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from the University of the West Indies (2000) and Master's degree in Hydrology for Environmental Management form Imperial College, London (2004). Became a registered member of APEB in 2006 and is also member of the International Water Association (IWA).
After completing his Bachelor's he worked for three (3) years at the National Water Commission (Jamaica) as a Project Engineer. After receiving his Master's he relocated to Belize in January 2005 and began working at the Belize Water Services (BWS), first as the ISO 9000 Coordinator, then after 7 months he became the Operations Manager.
In 2007 Mr. Chung resigned as Operations Manager at BWS and began his own engineering consulting firm - Chung's Engineering Co. Ltd.
Mr. Gomez holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of South Florida, USA (2004) and is a registered professional engineer in the state of Florida. In 2012 he became a registered member of APEB.
He worked at three power plants for Tampa Electric in Florida while working towards his Bachelor’s degree and after graduating he then worked for eight years at a medium size engineering firm in Florida. In 2011 he relocated back to Belize and is working towards developing his own consulting engineering firm in Belize.
Mick is a retired engineer with work experience in the Ministry of Works. He earned his degree in Civil Engineering from Marquette University. Mr. Craig has held senior positions in the Caribbean Development Bank and Belize Audubon Society to name a few. He operates his own business but remains committed to developing future Engineers by promoting sound education policy.
A graduate of St. John’s College in Belize City, Evondale Moody holds a degree in Civil Engineering from California State University (Long Beach). Evondale has also sat and passed the U.S. Fundamental Engineering Exam (EIT) and is a Registered Chartered Civil Engineer with the Institution of Civil Engineering (UK). He currently has over 15 years of experience in the engineering field and his area of specialization is Transportation/Highways Engineering.
Upon completion of his degree in Civil Engineering (1996), Evondale Moody commenced his career with the UK based consultancy firm of Halcrow Group Limited in Belize. At that time, Halcrow Group Limited was the lead consultancy firm hired by the GOB to design and supervise the Belize City Infrastructure Project. Evondale spent three years (3) with the firm executing several roads and junction designs in Belize City and other municipalities.
In 1999, Evondale joined a team of local engineering consultants to form the Project Execution Unit (PEU) – Ministry Works. This Unit was used by several International Funding Agencies (CDB, IADB, World Bank, OPEC, KFAED) to implement their projects on behalf of the GOB. General responsibilities include the management and supervision of all projects which also include the procurement of consultants and contractors for various projects. Some notable major projects implemented to date include the Hummingbird Highway Upgrading Project, Burrell Boom Road Bypass, Orange Walk Town Bypass, Southern Highway Upgrading Project, Placencia Road Upgrading Project and various others.
With the vast number of major projects implemented by the PEU, Evondale has developed a wealth of experience involving various stages of the design, supervision, management and procurement procedures and continues to build on this experience after 13 years in this position.Evondale is still currently engaged as an engineering consultant at the PEU and is currently assigned as Project Engineer for the Southern Highway Project (Mile 14 (Dump) – Jalacte) and the CDB’s Fourth Road Project - San Ignacio/Santa Elena Bypass Project.
Mr. Young holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the West Indies and a Master’s Degree in Business from the University of Western Ontario. He is a well-rounded engineer/executive with over thirty years of experience in operations and financial management in Belize. Mr. Young has successfully managed several projects and engineering departments both in the oil industry and the electric utility in Belize. He recently retired from Belize Electricity Limited where he served as President and Chief Executive Officer for over twelve years.
Mr. Young has also served on several boards in Belize, Canada and the Caribbean including the Newfoundland Power, The Caribbean Association of Electric Utilities, Maritime Electric Company Ltd., Fortis Turks and Caicos, Cayman Utilities Company Ltd., National Institute for Culture and History, and Belize Electric Company Ltd.
Mr. Young is married with four children.
1991 University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario
Masters in Business Administration
1981 University of the West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
1998 - 2011 Belize Electricity Limited
President and Chief Executive Officer
As Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Young had all the duties and responsibilities associated with being the CEO of Belize’s only Public Electric Utility.
1993 - 1998 Belize Electricity Limited
General Manager-Finance and Administration
1991 - 1993 Belize Electricity Limited
General Manager Engineering
1987 - 1989 Belize Electricity Limited
1984 – 1987 Shell Belize Limited
Current Board Memberships:
- National Institute of Culture and History (NICH)
- Cayman Utilities Company Ltd. (CUC)
- Fortis Turks and Caicos
- Belize Electric Company Limited
- Association of Professional Engineers of Belize
- Honorary Consul – Republic of Korea in Belize
Married to Margaret Althea Young
Children: Darrell Carlton Young
Bernard Colville Young
Adrian Lynn Young
Analiese Norma Marie Young
DOB: April 29th, 1958
- Playing Music