The consulting arm represents the intersection of Bellina’s local and international human resources, sporting and other experience with law. Here her experiences are married to provide frontal solutions for clients to guard against or minimise the problems that would have been observed or encountered, by Bellina, in these areas over the years.



  • Drafting, revising and updating Policies & Procedures, Constitutions, Codes, Contracts, Regulations, Job Descriptions etc. and advising thereon.
  • Assisting sporting organisations with incorporation (via the Registrar General’s Department, Ministry of the Attorney General and
    Legal Affairs).
  • Assisting sporting organisations with Registration or Renewal of Registration as a Sport Club or Sport Serving Body etc. (Click for more information).
  • Representing and providing legal support and advice to clubs, players, associations, sport managers etc.
  • Providing other HR & Sport consulting services in collaboration with a network of other experts and professionals.


* Co-Authors of a Chapter, entitled "Conquering the Racquet World" in the 2023 Sports Anthology, Soul of An Athlete.

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Bios of Collaborators:

As an adolescent and young adult Bellina was an avid table tennis player and competitor. She was introduced to the sport by her father Ronald Barrow (deceased) when he purchased a table tennis board for their family home.

She continued to hone her skills initially at the D’Abadie Youths Table Tennis Club (under the guidance of Mr. James) and after at Woodbrook Gladiators (under the watchful eyes of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards).

Bellina was a former, national junior and university table tennis player who competed successfully at international, university, Caribbean and other regional junior championships; and also at national, secondary schools and other tournaments.

Bellina’s first job after high school was an administrative role in a zonal sports association in Trinidad and Tobago in 2001.

She was the co-host at the Opening Ceremony for the Caribbean Senior Table Tennis Championships in Trinidad & Tobago in 2004 and has assisted the Trinidad & Tobago Table Tennis Association in some of its fundraising ventures in the past.

Bellina is a former human resource professional and Attorney who is continuing on her pursuit of excellence. She is now offering her years of personal and professional experience, back to the sports industry, both individually and collaboratively with professionals who share a similar vision for the improvement of the industry.

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Sherdon Pierre is a sport enthusiast from birth and is a former national table tennis player for Trinidad & Tobago.

He pursued his Bachelors Degree in Sport Studies (2008-2011) and graduated with his International Masters in Sport for Development in 2017 from the University of Trinidad & Tobago after attaining a Sport scholarship.

He wears many hats in bettering and empowering his community in Trinidad & Tobago as he is the President of the D’Abadie Youths Table Tennis Club, President of Talk Tsu Toastmasters Club, Vice President of the D’Abadie Community Council, Assistant Secretary of the D’Abadie Progressive Athletics Club and a former executive of the Trinidad & Tobago Table Tennis Association (2017-2019).

He is the first person from the Caribbean Region to be elected for the Media Committee of the International Table Tennis Federation in November 2021.

He has been a Sport Journalist for a decade and is a budding Sport Agent/Manager. He established the “In For More Sports Agency” in 2022 to promote the athletes of the Caribbean to the wider world in various sports.

He has performed the role of Manager for teams and individual athletes for the following sports:

  • Table Tennis National Senior Team (2018)
  • Volleyball (2019 & 2020) and;
  • Cricket (2019 & 2022).

His most recent stint was Manager of the Blue Devils Team that participated in the Trinidad Dream XI T10 cricket tournament in March 2022.

He is a true Community Practitioner as he works assiduously to build a better tomorrow.

He can be followed on:

Twitter: Sherdon Pierre (@SherdonPierre) / Twitter

Facebook: Sherdon Ifm Pierre | Facebook