Karolin Troubetzkoy with her husband Nick Troubetzkoy at the awards event. At right is Horace Hord, ICABA’s Senior Vice President.
FORT LAUDERDALE (October 25, 2016) – Leading Caribbean hotelier, Karolin Troubetzkoy, captured the Pinnacle Award at the International Career and Business Alliance (ICABA) Salute to Caribbean Excellence awards event at The Tower Club in Fort Lauderdale over the weekend.
Troubetzkoy, the executive director of operations at Anse Chastanet and Jade Mountain resorts in Soufrière, St. Lucia, received the honor at the awards spectacle, a tribute to the accomplishments and contributions of individuals and organizations throughout the Caribbean Diaspora.
“I am very flattered and humbled to be recognized by ICABA along with a host of Caribbean pioneers,” said Troubetzkoy who currently serves as the president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association.
“A recognition like this encourages me to keep going and contribute in every way possible to make the Caribbean not only the most desirable place to visit, but also to grow up, live and work,” she added.
Pinnacle award recipients were recognized for a life’s work which reflects sustainable excellence and accomplishment. Other Pinnacle winners included Aubyn Hill, Deputy President of the Jamaica Senate; Rohan Marley, Founder of Marley Coffee; Haitian philanthropist Dr. Rudolph Moise; Dr. William Thompson, President of the Bahamas National Baptist Convention; Barbadian Bernard Weatherhead, Chairman of Sun Group Inc.; and Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson.
Other honorees, who included more than 20 “Distinguished Achievers” and “Rising Stars”, were selected from a broad cross-section of professionals and entrepreneurs from multiple disciplines from the Caribbean and the United States.
ICABA is a member-based, global business network assisting black professionals and entrepreneurs attain their career, business and lifestyle aspirations.