Danielle Williams began her teaching career volunteering at the St. Catherine High School, Jamaica, teaching Integrated Science and Biology to 7th through 9th grade students. She has tutored students for CSEC and CAPE Biology as well as at the university level General Biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, and Parasitology. Danielle aspires to be a driving force behind the development of STEM in Jamaica. In pursuing this goal, Danielle has completed a BSc in Integrated Health Science at the University of Technology, Jamaica, a certificate in Phlebotomy from the Northern Caribbean University, and is pursuing a MSc in Biology at the Northern Caribbean University.
Danielle has a strong passion for learning and discovering new concepts and lives by the mantra “Whatever I do not know, I will learn.” In her spare time Danielle can be found watching sci-fi movies, in the kitchen, or playing with her three beautiful dogs.