An adage I’ve always cherished and lived by is one written by Ralph Waldo Emerson: “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” As such, I have led a life championing the idea that one of the greatest drivers of empowerment is education. This has influenced my interaction with my students over the years as I always encouraged the need to never be mediocre in their approach to anything, but instead always putting their best effort in. Even in my academic career too, I want to be able to contribute holistically to nation building as an advocate for Mathematics and its grave importance, and the need for more sustainable developmental opportunities for young people through pursuing higher education. I have earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Chemistry with honors, a Post Graduate Diploma in Mathematics Education and a Master of Science degree in Mathematics with Distinction, all from the University of the West Indies.
Apart from my life’s work in academia, I am a sociable person who loves to have fun and create memories with the people I love. I love God and know that nothing is impossible for him. I enjoy reading, eating out, binge watching Suits and traveling. I enjoy nature and really really believe that the simple things in life are most important.