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Suzette Phillips, M. Sc., B.Ed. Suzette has twenty-two (22) years’ experience working with children and young adults. She holds a B Ed. in Education specializing in Special Education (Honours) and a MSc. in Educational Leadership. A born Trinidadian, she enjoys making connections with our multicultural world. Suzette was a Level Coordinator for the Life Skills program at Eshe's Learning Centre. One of her passions is to visit and to learn as much about our neighbouring Caribbean sisters and brothers since she believes that we are all connected through culture, ethnicity or religion. She has led many successful trips to several islands in the Caribbean region. Still an educator offering her services to the public sector and enjoying every moment of it.
Suzette enjoys photography, corresponding, travelling, sightseeing and reading for pleasure. Her love for photography has led to many wonderful experiences for her and her students. In her grooming years of photography, she took up the challenge of spearheading a two week exhibition project at The National Library. Students were given support to create a photographic calendar to raise funds for a senior citizen home. This was a successful initiative. Suzette enjoys all that she does and she has a strong philosophy for “creating balance.” In her continuous journey to become a more effective communicator and leader she now serves as a member and the President of MDA Toastmasters Club, this way, "I am always trying to develop skills both personally and professionally."
Ms. Kitts Cadette, has been an educator for the past forty years. She is a graduate of City College of New York and Sheffield University, England where she read for her Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees in Special and Inclusive Education. She has worked as an educator both in Trinidad and North America; was a lecturer at Valsayn Teachers’ College and the Catholic Religious Education Development Institute (CREDI). Ms. Cadette served as the Principal for six years and in 2016 was elected as a member of the Prime Minister’s Committee to Conduct a Holistic Review of the Early Childhood and Primary School Curriculum in Trinidad and Tobago with responsibilities for Special Education. Currently, Ms. Cadette has been contracted as an Independent Consultant in the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas supervising its 16 schools in the South Caribbean District.
M. Ed., B. Sc. Independent Consultant