WATER AND SEWERAGE CORPORATION Committed to Growth, Committed to Quality

WSC Executive Team

Mr. Sylvanus Petty, Chairman

Office of the General Manager

Mr. Elwood Donaldson, has been appointed by our Board of Directors, as our General Manager, with responsibility for the day-to-day management of the Corporation, with the authority to carry out these responsibilities in accordance with the direction and policies established by the Board of Directors, providing direction and information to the Board, in their execution of its governance functions.  Additionally, the  General Manager primary objective is to lead the general direction, development and management of the business affairs of the Corporation, meeting the corporate objectives, and providing overall leadership to the executive management and corporate team.

Business Operations Division

The  Business  Operations  Division  under the portfolio of Chief Financial Officer, Patrice Munroe incorporates Purchasing, Accounts, Stores, and the Commercial Operations  Departments  that  are  responsible  for  Customer Relations,  Public  Relations  and  Marketing,  Call  Center,  Payment  and Collections,  Customer  Billing, Meter Reading and other Field Services and Delinquent Accounts.


New Providence Operations Division and Engineering and Planning

Under the leadership of Deputy General Manager Robert Deal, this division is charged with providing safe and effective water services, and sewerage waste disposal, through efficient operation and maintenance of the Corporation’s assets, reduction of water losses, quick response to customer complaints, and effective use of technology and industry best quality control/assurance practices.


Family Island Operation Division

The Family Islands Operations Division is headed by Assistant General Manager Mr. Cyprian Gibson and is responsible for supplying, monitoring, improving and coordinating Family Islands water and commercial services; and to actively monitor and engage in hydrological and other environmental issues that serve to sensitize customers and the country to water as a limited and precious resource.