Jason LaCorbinière is Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst (PM&E) of the UNDP Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Multi-Country Office based in Barbados. An economist by training, Mr. LaCorbinière joined UNDP in 2014 to support the implementation of the Caribbean Energy Efficiency Lighting Project.
After leading the successful implementation of that multi-country programme, he stayed on at UNDP to support the wider climate change programme as a Programme Specialist. In this role, Mr. LaCorbinière was responsible for supporting teams across the Eastern Caribbean in work planning, adaptive project management, monitoring and quality assurance for the portfolio of Global Environment Facility projects. Soon thereafter, he moved into the role of PM&E in which he continues to provide this support to the wider Country Programme.
Prior to joining UNDP, Mr. LaCorbinière was a central banker, having joined the Central Bank of Barbados right out of his undergrad programme. There, he held several roles in the Research and Economic Analysis Department as a Senior Economist, including heading the Debt and Policy Development units. Mr. LaCorbinière also has a wealth of experience in communications, having worked both in public relations and as a journalist with the local media.
Mr. LaCorbinière holds a BSc in Economics from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill as well as a MSc in International Business from the University of Nottingham, UK. Mr. LaCorbinière is married and has one daughter.