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Ian Pollard

Secretary for The Division of Settlements, Public Utilities & Rural Development

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Ian Pollard

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Ian Pollard

Party Affiliation :
  • (Progressive Democratic Patriots - Previous) 

  • (Tobago Peoples Party)

Period Served :
  • (2021-2025)

Electoral District :

Member for Mason Hall/Moriah


Mr. Ian Anthony Pollard popularly known as “Whitey” was born on July 3 rd 1966, and resides at Dennett Trace, Les Coteaux Road, Mason Hall with his wife Mrs. Avian

Duncan Pollard. Mr. Pollard is a father; of two children and a grandfather. Growing up in the

the picturesque community of Mason Hall, Mr. Pollard has always been a servant of the people. At the age of only 9 years, he embraced the challenge to serve by becoming a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Cub Scout Movement and led the Tobago Cub Scout regiment to the first Caribbean Cuboree held in Barbados in 1976.

In 1984, he had the honour of serving this electoral district by becoming a registered member of the Mason Hall Action Group. He then became a coach for the Mason Hall Football Team in the Tobago Football League in 1986 and ensured the team stayed the course in 1987, securing 2 nd place in the Village Olympicscompetition. In keeping with the theme of volunteerism he coached the Mason Hall Police Youth Club Football Team and ensured they competed in the Tobago Football League 2 nd Division, leading an impressive team to victory (1 st place) and having them promoted to the first Division Premier League of the Tobago Football Association for the very first time. In 2003, he became the captain/coach of the Northside All-Stars over 35 years football team which won the knockout trophy competition. Subsequently, in 2004, he became the coach of the Mason Hall Police Youth Club, Women Football Team and Coaching School for Children.

Candidate Relevant Experience;

Mr. Ian Anthony Pollard achieved his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a Minor in Finance in January 1992 and is currently completing his Master of Science in Project Management. He has had an impressive employment history that makes him a highly qualified candidate and prospective representative for the Tobago House of Assembly.

His history of service includes:-
  • Trade Assistant at Works Division Tobago House of assembly

  • 1993 - 1994 Assistant Account at Tobago Taxi Cab Co-operative Society Limited

  • 1994 - 1996 Accountant Tobago at Taxi Cab Co-operative Society Limited

  • 1996 - 1997 Assistant Treasure on the Carnival Development Committee

  • 1998 - Research Officer at the Office of the Secretary of Tourism

  • 1998 - 2001 Financial Manager at Marketing Division Tobago House of Assembly

  • 2001 - 2003 Owner of two small businesses

  • 2008 - 2010 Research Officer in the Office of the Minority Leader

  • 2010 - 2011 Project Facilitation Officer Ministry of Tobago Development

  • 2012 - 2013 Advisor to the Minister of Tobago Development

  • 2014- 2015 Advisor to the Minister in the Ministry of the People and social Development

  • 2015 – to present: Managing Director of Kravian Land Development Company Limited

Interesting Facts about Mr. Ian Anthony Pollard

● In 1982, he was a member of the starting 11 of the Signal Hill Senior Comprehensive School Football Team which won its first National Intercol Title

● In 1983, he was selected for the Trinidad and Tobago National under 19 football team


● In 1987, he was awarded a Football Scholarship to attend the University of New Haven in

Connecticut in the United States of America

● From 1990-1991, he was the Vice-Captain of the University of New Haven’s football


● As the president of the Scarborough Secondary School and a member of the Parents

Teachers Association, he advocated and executed the establishment of the first sixth form

at the institution in 2011 (along with the principal and members of staff)

● In 2012, he advocated and assisted the Tobago Contractors Association and ensured its

members were given contracts to refurbish the new Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf


● In 2019, he conceptualized, planned and implemented the honoring of Mr. Bertille St.

Clair and other icons who contributed significantly to the development of Tobagonians and

its landscape such as Ms. Pamela Nicholson, Mr. Neil Wilson, Mr. Winston Dillon

and Dr. Eastlyn McKenzie.

● In 2019 to present, he is the President of the Signal Hill Senior Comprehensive School

Alumni Association

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