DR. ALEX EPHREM
He has a rich experience in the area of tertiary education and he is bridging the Caribbean, the expected American Related policies and operational procedures. He is a seasoned academician with more than 40 years of experience in running US based institution, have experience in the campus operation, budgeting, planning and following the federal regulations, advising student service, advising admission process and several areas in the institutional running of Monroe College ever since he started his career.Expert in student recruitment from potential locations in South – East Asia, publications at different International conferences, South Asia, China with established model of enrolment system. He spearheaded multi–million implementation of infrastructure upgrades and technology implementation in Monroe College, NYC.
MR. ASIF MALIK
Financial and Management professional with ten years of experience in corporate transactions and private investments that includes corporate structuring & transactions, capital markets and investment services in diverse sectors.Founder and Director of Hayat Capital, London specialized in Corporate Finance services and Private Client investments.Previously worked in various investment institutions in wealth management and corporate advisory domains in London.Worked along with top and mid-tier institution that includes accounting firms, investment houses, law firms, fiduciary services, investment banks and etc. as part of various UK and International transactions.
Board member of one of the largest Indian mining groups (Golden India Mines, India and Anglo Alliance Resources, United Kingdom). Masters in Financial Management from University of Westminster, London and Securities Certifications from Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment.
DR. JOSIAH RAMBALLY
He is a seasoned local physician, Medical Educator, Medical Administrator and he himself being an International Medical Graduate [IMG] brings rich expertise and knowledge to guide the school’s operation.
DR. MARK DOMANSKI
Dr. Domanski was born in Washington D.C. and grew up in the surrounding suburbs. He attended public schools his entire life, including the University of Virginia for college and the University of Maryland for medical school. He completed his internship in general surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston. He finished his otolaryngology residency at the George Washington University. While at the George Washington University, he interviewed applicants for residency.
Fluent in English, Polish, and Spanish, Dr. Domanski has published in several peer-reviewed journals, contributed to a book chapter on surgical technique, and had a letter to the editor published in the Washington Post.
The residency application process is rigorous. Yet fundamentally, residency directors are looking for applicants who will be reliable residents, who produce high quality, consistent results. Residency programs seek residents that will pass their specialty boards, and reflect well on their program.
Dr. Domanski’s role as residency application coordinator is to ensure each student’s application and interview reflects his or her hard work, dedication and knowledge. In this manner, each student can look forward to securing the best residency possible.
MR.KELVIN B JEAN
Kelvin Jean heads Jean’s Accounting Services (in association with other qualified Accounting and Financial experts) and has over 20 years’ experience in the Accounting, Auditing and Finance professions and providing consultancy services to a wide cross section of the St. Lucian business community.
To provide sound financial advice to the Board of Directors ensuring that an appropriate financial framework is in place to guide the company’s financial decision making. Responsible for the preparation of short and long term institutional budget/operating plans. Pinpoint analyses and review weaknesses in the operating and capital budgets.
Preparing profit centers and variance analysis reports based on agreed budgets with suppliers. The provision of strategic direction and the promoting of the company’s long term growth and financial stability. Maintain contact with bankers, investment managers, pension advisors and auditors. Coordination of Strategic planning and project development. Responsible for ensuring and improving the performance, productivity of departmental and organizational operations through the provision of effective methods and strategies. Overseeing the logistics, warehousing and supply – chain functions. Responsible for the computer information system of the company with specific responsibility for the ERP (sage/Accpac) function. Develop a comprehensive budget process highlighting and giving reasons for variances. This process entailed short, medium and long term budgeting. Mechanization and computerization of the warehouse function. Set up of a fully functional IT Department moving away from out sourcing. Established profit center reporting, ensuring that resources are allocated based on approved budgets. Successfully negotiated major Warehouse acquisitions and established a major Distribution center in the South of the Island. Oversee major growth and recorded major wealth creation for shareholders.
DR. RICHARD MARGOLES
Richard Allan Margoles, PhD, MEd, BA, BS, NDEA FELLOW serves AIMU as President to oversee academic policies and activities University-wide. Dr.Margoles is an expert in accreditation, student counseling, faculty development and academic administration. He comes to AIMU with over 32 years leadership experience with medical schools in the Caribbean, the United States, South America and United Kingdom. Dr. Richard Margoles also serves as Advisor to Hayat Capital Investments Limited in the UK and Health City Consortium Apollo Hospitals Group global equity division providing over 30 years of experience in Institutional Establishment and Hospital Operations Planning.
Dr. Richard Margoles main interest is developing AIMU program to meet CAAM-HP/US medical licensing standards. One of President Richard Margolessignificant career accomplishments is starting, developing, and obtaining provisional accreditation of two medical schools in the United States and one in the Caribbean. As a medical educator and consultant to various governments and hospital consortiums, he is accomplished at improving clinical medical education, community health care, and health care financing globally and locally. His attention will be focused on guiding AIMlU faculty and students to use health technology to improve St. Lucia population medicine through structure, process, and outcomes.
Dr. Richard Margoles is an elected Fellow of the American Osteopathic Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators. In addition, Dr. RichardMargoles holds several certificates in Community Health, Health Administration, CSI Medical Forensics, and Epidemiology. While attending Michigan State University, he was an elected Fellow of the National Defense Education Act. Dr. Richard Margoles received a PhD in Curriculum and Administration from Michigan State University while participating with the OMERAD medical education division.