A dynamic, flexible and proactive project/ programme coordinator with the capacity to communicate across languages, cultures and political offices. International experience gained in countries that span four regions in the world has allowed for building of skills in management, coordination and monitoring and evaluation of multi-country programmes.
I recently completed an MSc in Integration Studies at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus in Barbados. An integral part of my graduate studies explores the theoretical and practical dynamics of regional integration as it relates to social, political and economic development.
I have provided consultancy services in operations and logistics management, programme coordination and research to various government and non-governmental organizations including the Organization of American States (OAS), the United Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Oxfam, and the Canadian High Commission. My varied background includes working on issues related to youth and gender mainstreaming, poverty alleviation, political affairs, trade, sexual and reproductive health rights and HIV/AIDS.
I posses immense experience throughout the Caribbean and Latin America having lived, worked and studied in different countries in the region such as Guyana, Mexico, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic and Colombia. I have also been a member of international electoral observations missions to Latin American countries and have worked as a consultant with the Department of Electoral Cooperation and Observation, OAS in Washington DC in support of their work to strengthen electoral processes within and outside of the region. I have served as the Youth Representative on the Commonwealth International Observer Mission to Tanzania and am currently a member of the Commonwealth Sub-Committee on Human Rights and Democracy for Youth.