Green Globe applauds naming of new director of sustainability in Caribbean

LOS ANGELES, California - Green Globe Certification congratulates architectural and planning firm OBM International on their appointment of Ms. Denaye Hinds as Director of Sustainability.

Green Globe applauds naming of new director of sustainability in Caribbean

LOS ANGELES, California – Green Globe Certification congratulates architectural and planning firm OBM International on their appointment of Ms. Denaye Hinds as Director of Sustainability.

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Mr. Guido Bauer, Green Globe Certification CEO, said, “We have worked with Denaye for a number of years as a professional auditor for Green Globe Certification in the Caribbean. Denaye has proven herself to be a real leader in the delivery of sustainability solutions to some of the best tourism businesses and most vibrant tourism destinations across the region. Denaye’s appointment is one of the most significant achievements that Green Globe Certification and OBMI have delivered under their partnership, which was announced at the start of this year.

“Like our own company, OBMI is a dynamic firm concerned with bringing sustainable operation and management to resorts and communities in some of the most sensitive tourism destinations on the planet. With Denaye directing these efforts under our partnership, we believe many more tourism businesses and communities will have the opportunity to benefit and profit from utilizing our sustainability solutions,” added Mr. Bauer.

Mr. Tim Peck, Chairman of OBMI said: “OBMI has its roots in Bermuda and the Caribbean, and we are delighted to be able to appoint Denaye, a Bermudian, to drive our sustainability practice internationally. OBMI’s island origins and the related cultural and environmental sensitivity have been key to our international growth.”

Denaye will lead and expand OBMI’s international design and planning sustainability practice. She will focus on building relationships and engaging the development community, as well as local governments, to promote sustainability. Denaye will also implement company-wide education programs, which include conducting and managing OBMI’s Green Globe Certified projects.

The OBMI, Green Globe Certification partnership, has established a global platform that delivers destination certification to communities and their business stakeholders. Denaye will actively promote the Green Globe Tourism Destination Standard for Communities throughout the countries and communities across the Caribbean.

Ms. Hinds earned her master’s degree in construction management from Florida International University and bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. She is a LEED accredited processional and Green Globe auditor.


Green Globe Certification is the worldwide sustainability system based on internationally-accepted criteria for sustainable operation and management of travel and tourism businesses. Operating under a worldwide license, Green Globe Certification is based in California, USA, and is represented in over 83 countries. Green Globe is the only certification brand to be an affiliate member of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and is partly owned by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).


Founded in 1936, OBMI is recognized as one of the world’s leading architectural and planning firms, with 9 global offices providing vast multi-disciplinary experience, while integrating a boutique approach to serving its clients. The firm specializes in master planning and architectural design of mixed-use residential and resort destinations, commercial developments and civic projects, and enjoys a strong presence in the Americas, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The cornerstone of OBMI is its keen ability to create successful places around the world, with a distinct respect for culture, history, conservation, sustainability, and heritage. Currently celebrating 75 years of architectural excellence in 2011, OBMI’s history is highlighted by landmark projects worldwide and a successful track record having worked with prominent clients, including: Le Royal Mansour in Marrakech, Morocco; The Wave in Oman; and Scrub Island in the British Virgin Islands. For more information about OBMI, visit .