Audrey Hinchcliffe is the Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Health Management Consultants Ltd. (CHMC) her first business entity, followed by the establishment of Manpower & Maintenance Services Limited and its Subsidiaries comprising the Institute for Workforce Education & Development Ltd. (IWED), Manpower & Maintenance Services Placement Agency Ltd. (MMSPA), and Manpower & Maintenance Services Foundation.
Prior to the start of her entrepreneurial endeavors, Mrs. Hinchcliffe boasts an illustrious career in health-care and education spanning the post of Registered Nurse in Hospitals and Occupation Health in Jamaica, through the ranks of nursing specializations, to Nursing Administration, Hospital Administration and Educator from New York to Florida, USA. From a successful health-care profession in the USA, she was recruited by the Caribbean Community Secretariat (CARICOM) in Guyana (1982), where she served over six (6) years as the first Health Development Officer for the then seventeen (17) member states of CARICOM before returning to Jamaica to begin her foray into business (1988).
Mrs. Hinchcliffe is the Author and Publisher of Taking Care: A Manual for Medical Office Administrators. (Self-Published 1988)
She holds a Master of Science Degree in Health Administration from Long Island University, New York, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Community Health from St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York, and a Certificate in Health Economics from the University of York in the United Kingdom. She is a Registered Nurse trained at the University Hospital of the West Indies, School of Nursing, a graduate of Excelsior High School, Fitz Henley Commercial School for Typing, Shorthand and Book keeping and The Bohemia Elementary School, where she passed First and Second Jamaica Local Examinations prior to attending Excelsior High School, where she passed the Senior Cambridge Examination.