Mr. Trib Jagessar, born on June 11, 1976 and lived in Guyana, located on the northern coast of South America, migrated to Canada through the Federal Skills and Trade Immigration Program in 2013. He brought his versatile expertise of social and technical knowledge in academics, sports and community development.
Mr. Jagessar has been a senior secondary school teacher and vocational instructor for 13 years, during which he imparted knowledge of Mathematics, Engineering Science, Mechanical Technology and Sports in guiding over 20 000 students into university. He was highly involved with Youth Empowerment as a Youth Camp Leader by the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture and as a Health Aid Worker by the Ministry of Health in Guyana. His vast knowledge of capacity and team building, developing assessment tools, psychology, emotional intelligence, social styles and communication skills inculcated smoothly into him becoming an outstanding mentor.
Over the years, apart from his secular life, Mr. Jagessar held positions as Administrator, Manager, Coach, Umpire and Physical Trainer in Cricket at different levels. He was a Statistician/Analyst attached to the Berbice, Guyana and West Indies Cricket Boards of Control. Mr. Jagessar has an energetic charisma that helped in molding numerous young cricketers under his watchful eyes, whom went on to play nationally and internationally by acting in various capacities of cricket training/coaching workshops and seminars.
Since taking up residence in Canada, Jaggy (as better known within his circles) held Cricket Clinics for the Toronto Sports Council in several communities across the Greater Toronto Area and facilitated the 2017 Special Olympics Ontario programme held in Toronto. Mr. Jagessar utilized his utmost desire and passion to develop the knowledge and skills in Cricket by conducting ‘Introduction to Cricket’ in various schools across Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon, through the Physical Education Department of the Peel District School Board.