Keith Subero boasts, quite proudly, that he was born at the corner of Queen and Sorzano Streets — an area once considered downtown, or part of the centre of Arima.
He is the son of Serapio and Emelda Subero and was born on August 6th, 1946. He has two sisters, Joyce and Linda.
Most of his career has been in the field of Communications — Journalism, Advertising, Public Relations and Public Information.
Now retired, Mr. Subero, however, continues as one of the Monday Columnists at the Trinidad Express Newspaper.
His career includes:
- Cub Reporter, Trinidad Express; Junior Reporter Trinidad Guardian, on the Industrial and Business Desk;
- Advertising Copywriter;
- Public Relations Executive;
- Feature Writer, Sunday Express;
- Political Reporter, and, subsequently, the News Editor, Trinidad Express;
- Public Relations Officer, Iron & Steel Company of Trinidad and Tobago (ISCOTT);
- Communications Manager, Trinidad and Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company;
- External Affairs Adviser, Atlantic LNG Company of Trinidad and Tobago;
- Communications Consultant, Office of the Prime Minister, Trinidad and Tobago;
He has also been a Tutor in Politics in the Department of Government, UWI; lectured in Strategic Public Relations at the UWI’s Institute of Business, COSTAATT, the School of Continuing Studies, the Joint Staff College, and Roytec Business Institute.
Keith is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, and attended the prestigious Walter Williams School of Journalism, University of Missouri (Columbia) as the “New York Times Foundation Arthur Hays Sulzberger Fellow”.
He is married to Linda Subero (nee Rudolfo) and they have two sons, Jessel and Shakka.
He continues to reside in Arima.
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