Jean Lee

Dr. Jean Lee has been serving at the Jamaica Theological Seminary (JTS) since 1993, following a two-year missionary stint in the Dominican Republic with the AsociaciÓn Dominicana de Estudiantes Evangélicos (ADEE), the local arm of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES). Previously, she served as a teacher of Spanish at Wolmer’s High School for Girls, and Education Officer for Spanish with the Ministry of Education in its Core Curriculum Unit.

Dr. Lee worships regularly at St. Luke’s Church, Cross Roads, and is active both in the local church (in various capacities) and in the wider Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, where she serves the Education and Youth Department as a national volunteer. Her teaching ministry is not confined to her church, or the Seminary, but takes her across denominations, as well as educational institutions. She is often called upon for presentations on Missions, Singleness and Sexuality, and Spirituality.

Sheldon Shepherd

Sheldon Shepherd is a lead singer in the ecletic and highly artistic bongo boy band No-Maddz. As the 'Returning Resident' he adds panache and elegance...with vocals to die for.

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Prof. Errol Morrison

Professor the Honourable Errol York St Aubyn Morrison is a renowned Jamaican scientist who has done extensive work in the field of diabetes. He is an endocrinologist and a biochemist with degrees from the then University College of the West Indies.

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Winston Davidson

Dr. Winston Davidson is an authority in the medical field, specialising in public health and telemedicine. Dr. Davidson received his training from the University of the West Indies (UWI) and pursued further studies at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, University of Liverpool (Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene).

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Kenneth Magnus

Dr. Kenneth Magnus is the noted author of four books as well as respected educator whose time spent at the University of the West Indies left an indelible mark on not only his students but Jamaica as whole.

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