Dr. Indianna Minto-Coy

Dr Indianna D. Minto-Coy is Senior Research Fellow at the Mona School of Business and Management, University of the West Indies and Research Affiliate at the International Migration Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University. She is a Director of GraceKennedy Ltd, one of the Caribbean’s largest multinational conglomerates, chaired the Member-Dealer and Investor Relations Sub-Committees of the Jamaica Stock Exchange Best Practices Awards Committee and also sat on the Corporate Governance Sub-Committee and the Listing/Selection Committee of the soon to be launched Jamaica Social Stock Exchange. Indianna serves as a Board Member of the University of Guyana Press and the Diaspora Engagement Centre (Guyana). She has held appointments at the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship (Oxford), the University of Waterloo, Centre for International Governance Innovation (Canada) and the Shridath Ramphal Centre (Barbados).

Her research, publications and consultancies span the areas of diaspora, entrepreneurship, international business, ICTs, disaster risk management, business continuity management, public policy, ICTs and their intersection. Her research and publications feature in international conferences, journals and books, including her co-edited books on Public Administration and Policy in the Caribbean (with Evan Berman, CRC/Taylor & Francis), Diaspora Networks in International Business: Perspectives Understanding and Managing Diaspora Resources (with Maria Elo, Springer) and Connecting the Dots: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Sustainable Development (forthcoming, 2019 with Pauline Millwood and Olivene Burke, IGI Global). Indianna holds a PhD from the London School of Economics