TAS Belize Management
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead
TAS Belize is committed to providing a professional, quality portfolio to the private and public sector; therefore we’ve pulled together a team of creative, dedicated, friendly, innovative minds that works hard to produce the very best for our clients.
Meet our team
Ruth is a lover of art; She especially enjoy creating it. Ruth is a mother, wife, Christian, business owner and a passionate artist. She created her first masterpiece at the age of three. She took several art classes throughout high school and eventually furthered her studies at Saint John’s Junior College. When asked, what she want to be, the answer was simply… AN ARTIST.
Ruth Budram is the wife of TAS Belize’s Founder, Mervin Budram Jr. They got married in July, 2012 and now have two lovely daughters Chloe and Grace. Ruth has taken her passion & experience in art and brought it to the TAS Belize team. She functions as the managing director on the team.
The story of Mervin Budram Jr., the owner of TAS Belize , began on March 16th, 1983. He was born in Belmopan but was raised in Dangriga Town. He is the 2nd child of five children born to Mervin and Juanita Budram. He graduated from Ecumenical High School and went on to St. John’s Junior College in Belize City where he earned an Associate’s Degree in General Studies.
While in college Mervin became frustrated with the education system, he felt like he was wasting his time because what he was learning had nothing to do with what he really wanted to do. After college Mervin went to work with Shamax Productions in Belmopan as a Sound Engineer for three years where he was introduced to graphic design, print publishing and radio advertisement. He later went to work for Belize Internet Marketing formerly known as WSI (We Simplify the Internet) Consulting for four (4) years as web developer and “all around guy”. At this point he had already started his company but was only able to work part-time. After leaving WSI, he launched TAS Belize full-time.