A chartered accountant by profession and completed the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in accounting, in 1987 and 1989 respectively, at the University of the West Indies, and the Certified Public Accountant exams in 1990 in California, USA.
He attended Jamaica College and was a member of the Jamaica College Board and Foundation between 2005 and 2012.
He is currently the CEO of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica, and holds the following positions:
- Immediate Past President and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica, and a council member since 2005
- Director of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean
- Director of GK Capital Management Limited and chairman of the Audit Committee
- Chairman of National Solid Waste Management Authority
- Director of National Integrity Action
Has written a weekly column in the Financial Gleaner and the Jamaica Observer, on economic and financial matters, since 2003 and contributes commentary to both the print and electronic media. He has done numerous presentations, in Jamaica and within the Caribbean region.
He has also served on numerous public and private sector boards, including the Bank of Jamaica among others.
He has authored two books, (1) “Charting Jamaica’s Economic and Social Development – A much needed paradigm shift; and (2) Achieving Life’s Equilibrium – balancing health, wealth, and happiness for optimal living.
Dennis is an avid recreational cyclist.