Wayne J. Marshall began his career in the Barbados Public Service 1988 and has successfully worked his way up to the position of Chief Immigration Officer
Throughout his thirty–two year career in the Public Service, he has spent five-years as the Chief Immigration Officer Department. He began his career at the entry level position of Immigration Officer III and was subsequently elevated to Immigration Officer II (Assistant Supervisor) in 2000. He was appointed to Deputy Chief Immigration Officer in 2015 and subsequently Chief Immigration Officer in 2016.
Though Chief Marshall has spent most of his career as an Immigration Officer, he possesses an overarching view of and perspective on the public service that very few officers ever have the privilege of obtaining. This is attributed to his experience gained across the public service in various stints at the Ministry of Public Service (formerly Ministry of Civil Service), Office of Public Sector Reform and the Office of the Attorney General.
Chief Marshall’s background has provided him the experience and operational knowledge of all elements of government including the law enforcement field.
Chief Marshall earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Public Sector Management from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus and a MBA in Project Management from Colorado Technical University. He is also a graduate of the Caribbean Leadership Program (CLP)
More recently, He served as the Chair of CARICOM Standing Committee of Chiefs Immigration Officers and Comptrollers of Customs for the period 2018-2019