Melanie Subratie is Chairman and CEO of Stanley Motta Ltd, a company listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, responsible for developing over 230k sq ft of real estate from concept to completed construction, to a fully tenanted technology park.
She is Vice Chairman of Musson (Ja) Ltd, a director of all its subsidiaries, in addition to being Vice Chairman of General Accident, Eppley Ltd, and T. Geddes Grant. She is Chairman of Transaction E-Pins Ltd. She sits on the executive of Seprod Group of Companies and all of its subsidiary boards. Melanie chairs the Audit Committee for both Productive Business Solutions Ltd and Seprod Ltd.
She is chairman of Seprod Foundation, Musson Foundation, a founder and Chairperson of Jamaican Girls Coding, and Chairman of RISE Life Management. A number of foundation projects have included a major focus on developing technology and coding skills for Jamaican youth. Melanie is a keen angel investor and sits on the boards of LoanCirrus, Bookfusion, and is a board member of First Angels itself. She sits on the Boards of Bustamante Children’s Hospital and the National Museum of Jamaica. She is currently working to set up Jamaica's first large scale skatepark.
Melanie is fourth Vice President of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, and is the current chair of the Legislation, Regulation and Process Improvement Committee.
Melanie is an honors graduate of the London School of Economics, and worked for a political newswire start up and as a consultant in the Financial Services Division of Deloitte and Touche in London before returning to Jamaica. Melanie is mother to three girls.