Jamaica Travel Expert and Meet-The-People Program Ambassador
Natalie Morris, Regional Manager, Western Jamaica, Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Natalie's Full Bio:
Natalie Morris is currently employed by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission as the Regional Manager for the Western Jamaica (Trelawny, Hanover, Westmoreland and Saint James). She also tutors Events Management at the University of the West Indies Open Campus, Montego Bay. The following gives a synopsis of her involvement.
Community Involvement: Justice of the Peace for the parish of Saint James; ‘Meet the People’ Ambassador, Jamaica Tourist Board; Zone Secretary, Rose Hall Zone, Saint James Lay Magistrate ; Board Secretary, NAZ Children Centre, Montego Bay; Volunteer with the Global Leadership Summit; Member - Saint James Civic and Community Affairs Committee; Past Chairman - Herbert Morrison Band Association; Served the Lions Club for thirteen years (10 years as Leo and 2 years as Lion); Certified Mediator, Dispute Resolution Bureau.
Education: Presently pursuing a Masters in Public Administration, University College of Caribbean; Post Graduate Diploma in Events Management, Event Management Institute, London, England; Diploma in Primary Education, Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College; Diploma in Programming and Database Management, Arianox Business College.
Interests: Music, events, cultural and youth development.
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