Pushing Limits is about telling stories that have helped to make a difference. It is about telling the tale where effects have been had on lives by those who have been a source of inspiration and positive change. Our aim is tapping into it, telling the impact stories that captivates. How the story is told is completely up to the individual.
Sometimes we can get caught up in the larger statistics and miss the emotional qualities that can be conveyed with one individual’s experience.
The aim of Pushing Limits is to highlight and support initiatives and role models that are providing innovative and effective answers to societal issues. We help them increase their outreach and impact. It is our hope that our stories will contribute to creating alternative visions for society and elevate our common level of consciousness.
Founder and Principal
Shaun is a committed, driven and task oriented Media and Communications professional with more than 20 years of experience in overseeing, managing and expanding media operations both locally and internationally.
He possesses exceptional communication and interpersonal skills together with unrivaled discipline, cultural and protocol sensitivity.
Shaun and his team is continuously challenged and motivated to formulate a cutting-edge media function that effectively reflects the organization or cause that he represents and to inculcate a high-performance environment through coaching, mentoring and providing support with the ultimate goal of representing in its truest form.
He has served as an appointed FIFA Media Officer at three FIFA World Cups and sat on the FIFA Media Committee between 2007-2009. He has also served as a CONCACAF Media Officer at various Confederation competitions and is currently the head of media and communications for the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.
Shaun is a weekly columnist with the Trinidad Guardian and a contributor to the official "Parkite" magazine of the Queen's Park Cricket Club.
He has delivered communications workshops for football associations in the Caribbean and also conducted customary training for media volunteers at FIFA World Cups in Turkey at the 2013 FIFA Under 20 World Cup, 2010 World Cup in South Africa and 2009 FIFA U-17 Men's World Cup as well as the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago.