Turks & Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association Engages Yvette Marcelin-Seymour as Legal Counsel


Providenciales, Turks & Caicos – The Turks & Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association (TCHTA) is proud to announce a significant enhancement to its advocacy efforts with the appointment of Yvette Marcelin-Seymour, partner at the renowned law firm TWA Marcelin Wolf, as official legal counsel for the association.

With an impressive track record and reputation for providing strategic counsel, Mrs. Marcelin-Seymour brings a wealth of experience in the aspects of policy advocacy and government consultations. These skills, the TCHTA says, will play a crucial role in shaping the association’s approach to key issues affecting the tourism and hospitality sector.

“We are keen to provide the best representation possible for our members and the industry as we advocate for the best outcomes in matters that affect the future of hospitality in Turks and Caicos,” said James McAnally, TCHTA President. “As such, we understand that there are delicate intricacies that must be considered when presenting our position and feedback on legislative matters, and believe it is time to enlist the assistance of a professional like Mrs. Marcelin-Seymour to provide us with proper guidance to navigate those details.”

TWA Marcelin Wolf, known for its commitment to excellence and client-focused approach, has a strong reputation in providing legal services to organizations across various industries and has been a member of the association for many years.  The partnership with Mrs. Marcelin-Seymour reflects the TCHTA’s dedication to its policy work and mission to maximize its impact in the areas of legislative and regulatory advocacy.

Mrs. Marcelin-Seymour expressed her enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “I am honoured to have been engaged by the TCHTA to provide legal counsel. The hospitality industry plays a pivotal role in our economy, and the TCHTA represents a large group of stakeholders. I look forward to working with the Association to continue its important work for the betterment of the industry and communities it so proudly serves.”

The TCHTA looks forward to leveraging Mrs. Marcelin-Seymour’s expertise effective immediately.


About Turks & Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association (TCHTA):

The TCHTA is the voice of the Turks & Caicos tourism and hospitality sector, championing sustainable growth, professional development, and the prosperity of our islands. Our strategic initiatives underscore our commitment to establishing Turks & Caicos as a world-class destination while fostering a community of service, innovation, and inclusivity.

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