Member Profiles
Clive Devers

Attended Saints from 1963 to 1968
I'm a I'm a International business management consultant and Lead Auditor for Quality & environmental systems..
My interests include My interests include Motor racing, Track & Field sports and philanthropy by giving back to the less fortunate..

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905-903-9704 (business)
905-903-9704 (residential)
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About Me
I attended SAINTS from 1963 to 1968. I was a Queen’s scout at Troop 25 in 1968. I turned down an invitation for 6th form because of the costs of education and financial burden to my family in those days.
I attended Guyana School of Agriculture (1968-1971), UWI Trinidad (1972 to 1980) with a BSc and MSc in Agriculture and migrated to Canada in 1980. I have a PhD in Internal Business management and am listed in the “Wall of Fame for Internal business professionals” in the UK and American Biographical Institute.
I own my own International management business organization with HQ in Grenada and offices in Canada, USA and UK. My clients are in the middle East (Israel) Europe, North America and the Caribbean.

I travel extensively as an auditor, trainer and consultant on Quality and Environmental assignments.
Advice To Students
The price of excellence is discipline. The cost of mediocrity is disappointment.
A Birth Certificate shows that we were born, a Death Certificate shows that we died - Pictures and life experiences show that we lived!
I Believe... That maturity has more to do with what types of experiences you've had and what you've learned from them and less to do with how many birthdays you've celebrated.
Favourite Memories of Saints
I fondly remember, Fr Bose, Fr Darke, Fr Hoppie, Fr Feeney and most of all Fr Earle and Khan while at the college.
The ‘top teachers” for me were Mr Cummings, My Darrell, Mr Jakir and Mr Olalde (Spanish).
I have many fond memories of St. Stanislaus College. Apart from the excellent scholastic tutoring of both the Jesuit and lay teaching staff, my best memories are of my involvement in Scouts.
During my college years, I did not have a favourite sport unless you include alter boy service to the Ursaline convent and getting an inside track to the St Joseph and St Roses girls.
Why the Alumni Association is important to me
I enjoy being an opposition to “yes executives” on the association rooster and to keep in touch with the other alumni. I believe that the recipient of funds and mentoring should always account for the received fund and learning and show the received benefit do in fact contribute to value addition and improvement
I believe that I can positively contribute to making the existing Saints as the # 1 school in the Caribbean by implementing a structured business system with performance goals for the teachers and students to satisfy the expectations of the parents and employers of the output students.