Mrs. Allison Haynes Basalo was appointed Executive Director of Servol after thirty-two (32) years of service.  She also serves as a Director on the Board of Directors of Servol Limited.  Prior to this, she held the position of Deputy Executive Director for eight (8) years.  Mrs. Haynes Basalo is a qualified Early Childhood and Day Care Educator, and is certified in Public Relations and Human Resource Management.  She also holds a professional certificate in Change Leadership from the University of the West Indies/ROYTEC in partnership with Franklin University.

A former Administrative Assistant to Sr. Ruth Montrichard, Chairman of Servol, Mrs. Haynes Basalo was promoted to Public Relations Officer in 2001 and held responsibilities for – among other things - the management of the Servol’s Poor Man’s Dinner.  She was also Servol’s Project Coordinator for the Personal Disability Assistant Programme in partnership with the Ministry of Social Development and Coordinator of the Beetham Environmental Enhancement Programme, which was sponsored by the then Neal & Massy Group, Project Manager for the Industry Partnership Programme with Courts Trinidad Limited, Team Leader for the introduction of a new and innovative skill (Television Production) and Project Coordinator for the Atlantic LNG Day Care Centres and all Servol’s Day Care Centres.    

Mrs. Haynes Basalo has represented Servol at the Federation of Day Care Centres Convention in Alabama, USA, the Caribbean Philanthropy Network Symposium 2010 in St. Thomas, US Virgin Island, T&T NGO Professionals Conference Programme 2013 and The Caribbean Youth Empowerment Conference, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 2013 hosted by the International Youth Foundation and USAID.   In April 2014 she attended a ‘Reflection’ Workshop in Miami, Florida.

Mrs. Haynes Basalo presented a paper on Civic Engagement and Social Development entitled “The Servol Experience” at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Breakfast Roundtable discussions on Development of National Legislation on Volunteerism and Civic Engagement.

She is a former Trinidad & Tobago Junior League netball player and also served on the Board of Directors of the Trinidad & Tobago Netball Association in the capacity of Treasurer.   Mrs. Haynes Basalo worked as a Teacher/Lecturer at the YMCA for twenty (20) years in the field of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.


Mr. Raana Ramoutar joined Servol in 2002 as an Electronics Instructor at our El Socorro Regional Life Centre. He continued at the Spree Simon Regional Life Centre in this capacity until he was promoted to Assistant Coordinator at the Chaguanas High Tech Centre. Mr. Ramoutar was then appointed the position of Coordinator of the centre.  After serving in this position he was appointed Programme Coordinator of the South Zone and was then appointed to the position of Executive Manager prior to his appointment as Deputy Executive Director.

Mr. Ramoutar served on numerous committees such as the Programmes and Examinations Committee, Vehicle Maintenance Committee, Strategic Implementation Committee and the Fund Raising Committee.

He attended the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business where he pursued a course in ‘Management for the Newly Appointed Manager’.  He also attended the University of the West Indies/Roytec in conjunction with Franklin University where he completed a course in ‘Change Leadership’.   In addition, Mr. Ramoutar also pursued a ‘Train the Trainer’ course at the MIC Institute of Technology. 

Mr. Ramoutar has followed in his father’s footsteps - the late Mr. Gerald Ramoutar - who also worked with Servol as an Electronics instructor at Chaguanas Hi Tech and El Socorro Regional Life Centre.  He also considers himself a ‘jack of all trades’ being able to do a bit of Masonry, Woodwork, Plumbing and Auto Mechanics which he utiliSes to the fullest in his spare time.


Jesseul Adeltha Wilson BA (Hons); MBA, joined the SERVOL family as an Accounts Clerk in November 1994.  Her first assignment was to bring 4 years of outstanding accounts up to date for auditing which she accomplished in 12 months.  Adeltha, as she is commonly known, has been a pioneer in the implementation of internal systems in the accounts department and throughout the organization over the years. In 1995/96 with the establishment of the IADB Hi Tech project and under the guidance of Mrs. Pat Mosca, Financial Manager, she spearheaded the transition of the accounts department from a manual to a fully computerized system.  She was instrumental in the procurement, installation, implementation and training of the applicable accounting and payroll software. She also designed the internal accounting and fixed asset management systems which are still being used throughout the organization today, as well as spearheaded the networking of the department.  In 1998 she was promoted to the position of Accountant and was awarded the distinction of being a ‘Member’ of SERVOL. 

Adeltha resigned from the organization in 2001 to pursue full time ministry but this proved to be a premature move.  As a clear directive from God, she returned to SERVOL in 2002 and was placed at the Beetham Life Centre as the Accounts Clerk. She continued her excellent work in transforming the accounts at the Beetham Centre with the installation of the in-house designed Student Tacking Accounting Management Programme (STAMP).

In 2005 she was transferred back to the accounts department and was promoted to Accounts Manager in 2010, a position she held until her recent promotion to Deputy Executive Director, in September 2018, (one of two persons appointed to this position). Adeltha’s contribution to the accounts department has been invaluable helping the department to successfully capture the Chairman’s Challenge Trophy for Excellence on two occasions. She is also a member of the Strategic Implementation Committee.

Adeltha holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) Degree in Accounting and Finance and an MBA – Executive Leadership, both from Anglia Ruskin University.

Her volunteer experiences include serving as Secretary and subsequently Chairman on the Credit Committee of the SERVOL Credit Union Co-operative Society, from it’s inception in May 2005 to 2011. She also serves as a Director on the boards of Valley of Decision Missions T&T and Fitly Framed.

Adeltha’s objective is to be an agent of attitudinal change, positively impacting her environment while giving herself in service to others.









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