Enrico Woolford

Enrico Woolford is an Investigative Journalist and is the Chairman/CEO of the National Communications Network in Guyana. He served as Adviser to the Minister of Public Telecommunications in Guyana representing the country at the International Telecommunication Union-ITU and the Caribbean Telecommunications Union-CTU. He began his career in Radio as Head of Current Affairs at the Guyana Broadcasting Corporation before being seconded to the Guyana Film Centre as Producer Director. He worked to develop GTV -Guyana Television that is now the National Communication Network -NCN.
He founded Capitol News a nightly Television newscast broadcast on WRHM Channel 7 in Guyana and became its Editor in Chief. Woolford covered and has extensive knowledge of Guyanese /Caribbean narcotics operations. In addition to the drug trade, he covered inter alia international affairs, politics, cultural and heritage issues. He was President of the Guyana Press Association and is an advocate of Intellectual Property
Rights, Fair and Transparent Frequency Spectrum Management, Freedom of the Press and Expression matters.
Woolford holds a M.A. in International Relations and B.Sc. in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University, New York and was conferred in 2017 with the Golden Arrow of Achievement-A.A. a National Award from Guyana.