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Conference Theme: Repositioning Tertiary Education: Meeting the Needs of a Knowledge Economy
The 24th Annual Conference and General Meeting of the Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions Inc.
Dr. Angela Samuels Harris -
Dr. Karl Dawson -
Mr. Perry George -
Mr. Hyram Forde -
Mr. Howard Isaacs is the Principal of The Moneague College.
A graduate of the Moneague Teachers’ College, Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College and the University of the West Indies, Mr. Isaacs is the holder of a Diploma in Education, a Bachelors Degree in History and a Masters Degree in Education. He also has a Diploma in School Management from Mount St. Vincent University, Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada. He is currently pursuing his terminal degree at the University of the West Indies, Mona.
Garth Anderson received his professional training at Church Teachers’ College: Mandeville in Jamaica. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Masters degree in Social Science Education. He is currently an educational leadership doctoral candidate of Temple University.
Mr Anderson has served the education sector at varying levels. After graduating from Church Teachers’ College he taught at Bellefield High School and Church Teachers’ College, his alma mater. He then took up the role of Principal at the Muschette High School. He is currently serving as Principal of Church Teachers’ College.
Leah K Scott, with both British and American citizenship, isCorporate Secretary and Legal Counsel for the Harbour Group of Companies in Hamilton, Bermuda. Miss Scott was admitted to the Bermuda Bar in September 2005 and worked as an associateon the Private Client and Trust Team for a local Bermuda law firmand on the corporate insurance team for its subsidiary in Mahe, Victoria, Seychelles. Her practice included advising on both private and commercial local and international trust structures, participating in multi-
Leah K Scott,
Junior Minister of Education
and Economic Development
I am pleased and extremely honoured as President of the Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions Inc. (ACTI) to welcome all participants to the ACTI 24th Annual Conference and General Meeting.