Charles Brown assumed the role of Director of Sustainable Development Unit in January 2008. Prior to this, Mr. Brown worked in the private sector and then for 13 years as a Management Services Officer in the Department of Management Services with the Bermuda Government. As part of this role, he worked on behalf of The Cabinet Office on special assignments: as Policy Analyst for the Central Policy Unit, then as Acting Director for the Department of National Drug Control.
Mr. Brown holds a Masters degree in human resources management and business management from Webster University, a Bachelor of business administration degree from Acadia University and is an associate with the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (UK).
Mr. Brown is active in Bermuda’s sports community and is Chairman of the National Junior Athletes Sponsorship Programme and Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bermuda Sports Hall of Fame.
Philip Seaman joined the OBM International Bermuda team in 2011 as Architectural Technologist with nearly thirty years of architectural experience. He joined the OBMI team with the perspective of a builder, an entrepreneurial spirit, a preservationist but most of all a technical architect. During his career he has worked on a number of projects around Bermuda including Warwick Academy, Bermuda College, New Life Church of The Nazarene, Radnor Road Christian Fellowship and a variety of residences.
His educational experience included attending Sandys Secondary School followed by the Architectural Drafting Apprenticeship with Marshall Bernardo Partnership. Mr. Seaman chose to follow the apprenticeship method of career training by gaining architectural, structural and drafting experience from skilled professionals. He is currently an Associate Member of both the American Institute of Architects and the Institute of Bermuda Architects.
Mr. Seaman’s passion for historic preservation lead him to hands on construction experience. His efforts and product were recognized in June 2012 when he received the Bermuda National Trust Award for the Sensitive Restoration of Historic Carriage House in the Town of St. George.