A native of Jamaica, Tameca N Brown is a learning and development professional who is passionate about learning, engaging with people and helping them to grow and develop personally and professionally. Prior to relating to the USA, she spent nearly a decade working with the Government of Jamaica public sector training agency focused on management training and leadership development , executing varied roles including, training delivery, training management and research. Throughout her career, she provided consultancy services to both public and private sector clients and was primarily responsible for business development and brand visibility initiatives in central and western Jamaica. Her facilitation experience includes conducting meetings and focus groups and facilitating instructor led seminars and workshops in soft skills training in the workplace. The highlight of her career was the 4 Quality Performance Awards she received from the agency: “Employee of the Year, Best Performing Learning Facilitator, Most Dynamic and 1ST Faculty to Produce a Research Paper”, which was subsequently published and presented at UWI-Mona Local Governance Conference.
Prior to that, Tameca graduated from The University of the West Indies, Mona with a BSc. Degree in Public Administration and International Relations. For her graduate studies, she was awarded a Fellowship by the Department of Government, Faculty of Social Sciences (UWI-Mona) where she tutored and did research while completed her MSc. Degree in Public Administration. Tameca was also President and Coach of UWI-Mona’s Debating Club and won the “Top Caribbean Speaker Award” at the World University Debating Championship held in Toronto, Canada.