Cordell W. Riley, B.Sc., M.Sc., JP

President of CURB

Cordell-W-Riley Mr. Riley is the Managing Director of Profiles of Bermuda, a company he founded in 1998. The firm conducts human resource assessments, training and development, as well as market, business and tourism research.

Mr. Riley, a former government statistician, has authored numerous articles in the tourism and human resource fields, and has spoken at a number of international conferences.

Currently, Mr. Riley is a member of Endicott’s adjunct faculty lecturing in the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies and is also thesis advisor to the Bermuda cohorts.

He also facilitates a number of training and development courses for both the public and private sectors. Since 2003, Mr. Riley has taught GED Math at Bermuda���s maximum-security prison and more recently had Life-Skills added to his teaching portfolio.

Mr. Riley has an active interest in social and restorative justice and in 2012 received an International Diploma in Restorative Justice from Queen’s University School of Religion.

Mr. Riley is also studying Social Science at the doctorate level, concentrating on Black economic development in Bermuda post the 1959 desegregation movement. He is the current president of Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda.

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