The Committee

The Project 600 march against crime is being conducted by a committee of people passionate about Trinidad and Tobago. The Committee first met in September, 2023, with a view to staging a solidarity march against murder and violent crime. The march is planned for Sunday 10th December, 2023, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., at the Queen’s Park Savannah.

Isa Mohammed
Isa MohammedChairman
Isa is a Director and Sales Manager at Eniath’s Printing Company Limited. He’s been with the family-run business since graduating with a B.Sc. in Computer and Electrical Engineering in 2006. He is dedicated to serving the needs of his customers, employees and community at large.

He is also President of the Caribbean Institute of Astronomy– a group he’s been a part of since his secondary school days at Presentation College, Chaguanas. His work in astronomy education and outreach, as well as his role at Eniath’s, has offered him the opportunity to interact with a broad section of the population.

Isa’s ability to problem-solve, and his desire to always improve and do better is why he is here today. When he’s not tending to his business, he can usually be found behind a telescope, fishing, or playing board games with his wife and three sons.

Karen Salma Adam
Karen Salma AdamMember
Salma is a Human Resources Manager based in Chaguanas. She holds a BA in English Literature and Language with Education from the University of the West Indies. A former Special Education teacher, she is a wife, and mother to three children.
Dennis Tayé Allen
Dennis Tayé AllenMember
Dennis is a communications consultant, photographer, videographer, designer and journalist from Trinidad and Tobago. Having earned over 28 years of experience as a lead designer and senior subeditor at three national newspapers and a regional magazine, he has gone on to produce numerous digital and print publications for a wide variety of clients. A photographer and videographer, he makes and markets images of Trinidad and Tobago’s athletes and entertainers under the brand TTGameplan.
Lisa Allen-Agostini
Lisa Allen-AgostiniMember
Lisa is a writer, editor and stand-up comedian from Trinidad and Tobago. She is the author of four books, including the novel The Bread the Devil Knead (Myriad Editions UK, 2021), which was shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction in 2022. A journalist for over 20 years, with a career spanning all three national daily newspapers, she has been a reporter, columnist and assistant editor, and has won awards for her reporting.
As the stand-up comedian Just Lisa, she performs Caribbean feminist-themed material, and this is reflected in the body of short comic films she has written and co-produced on her own and as part of the duo FemCom.

Lisa is an award-winning poet and fiction writer, and her work is widely published. She is known for writing about Caribbean women and life in the region.

Hollis Eversley
Hollis EversleyMember
Hollis, a Fellow of the Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago, has worked in the Construction sector for over 36 years in the execution and management of projects major local and regional projects.

He has served with the Association of Professional Engineers (Civil Division President, Vice President, APETT Executive Committee Vice President); the Board of Engineering of Trinidad and Tobago Civil Engineering Assessment Committee; and the San Fernando Waterfront Steering Committee member under the then-Minister of Planning.

Hollis is a Peer Counsellor and committee member in the Catholic Church and its related organizations. He has been married for 28 years and has four children. He has lived in San Fernando resident for most of his life.

Aliyyah Eniath Hosein
Aliyyah Eniath HoseinMember
Aliyyah is a published author, businesswoman, and entrepreneur with a variety of past and current business ventures. A Director of Eniath’s Printing Company Limited, she is founder and Managing Director at Safari Publications Company Limited.

Over the past 15 years, she has gained valuable knowledge and experience across a wide range of business and service sectors, including, teaching, print design, publishing, marketing, project management and event planning.

Her debut novel The Yard was published by Speaking Tiger Books, New Delhi (2016) and she has been a panellist and speaker at Bocas Literary Festival and Miami Book Fair.

Aliyyah is dedicated to bringing equity and opportunity to the people of Trinidad and Tobago.

Kirk Langton
Kirk LangtonMember
Kirk is a special event planner and designer with credits in both the genre of dancing mobile art called Mas and of fixed and static spaces. He shows his passion for his community by being involved in a number of NGOs, including the World Steelpan Thrust of Trinidad and Tobago (WSTTT), which just successfully advocated for UNESCO to recognise World Steelpan Day throughout their territories. He is also active in his home community council and on the board of a new innovative social enterprise helping vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals in the DEI space.

Administratively, his experiences range from Marketing manager to Operations manager, and he has also been creative director, working with other creative voices.

For this project, Project 600, Kirk brings the enviable experience of being the event planner at the Trinidad Chamber of Industry & Commerce in 2005. He was then tasked with mobilizing the Chamber’s support through its business network for a ground-breaking anti-crime march, coined the Keith Noel 136 Committee by its founder Stephen Cadiz. On October 24, 2005, the group staged the famous Death March in POS. His hope is for Project 600 to similarly stir the legislators and the emotions of the public to stand up and demand more be done to stem the wave of crime affecting our nation.

Radeyah Ali
Radeyah AliMember
An attorney with a passion for both the written word and justice, she has been practicing law for over six years, specializing in family court matters. Parallel to her legal career, she founded and successfully runs Scribbles and Quills, a beloved bookshop known for its vibrant social media presence and staunch support of local authors. Beyond her professional achievements, she’s an avid reader, painter, and fitness enthusiast, with a love for exploring new places. Her drive and infectious joy make her a standout in any setting, leaving a lasting impression on those she meets.
John Wildman
John WildmanMember
John is an Electronic Engineer and Maths Tutor. A critical thinker and resident of Chaguanas for the last 30 years, his goal is to make Trinidad and Tobago the envy of the Americas. He believes only with the coming together of the entire country as one entity can this dream be achieved.
Andrew Bute
Andrew ButeMember
An ambitious young man with a passion for the outdoors, Andrew is always up for an adventure. Having earned his degree in Biology with a specialization in Ecology and Environment/Marine Biology, Andrew has immersed himself into the fishery as a commercial fisherman with hopes to gain firsthand experience of the day-to-day struggles fishermen and other stakeholders in the industry face. He has initiated projects such as the “Marine Life TT” and “Trinis Who Fish” groups on Facebook, which facilitate interaction among a wide variety of marine stakeholders and promote educational campaigns focused on responsible fishing practices.