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I am a dual U.S. and U.K. Citizen with over 20 years of experience teaching, conducting research and consulting in the fields of international economic policy and international business. I have lived and worked in the United States, England, Jamaica and Hong Kong, along with time spent as a visiting researcher in the Czech Republic and Hungary.

- Extensive experience:

Teaching international trade and international finance at the undergraduate and graduate level

Collaborating with private and public sector institutions at the state, national, and international

Engaging with print, t.v. and radio media to discuss local, national, and international issues

Organizing and chairing meetings and conferences

Writing and presenting opinion papers, research papers, key note addresses and round table
panel discussions. A full list of papers
and talks is available on my resume.

Organizing and running degree courses and research projects.

- Consulting experience includes roles such as:

Senior Trade Policy Consultant for Capitol Capital Group, 2014-present

Coordinator, MECACC-Western New England University Gulf Region Trade Project, 2014-

Advisor, Planning Institute of Jamaica 'Vision 2030: National Development Plan', 2007-2008

Advisor, Jamaica/Caribbean Community (CARICOM)- Future Trade Relationship with the U.S. , 2007

Team member (and ultimately co-leader), European Union 'Phare/ACE Programme, Project
P96-6009R' , 1998-1999.

I have a PhD in Economics and an M.A. In Development Economics, both from the University of Leeds (England) and a B.Sc in Business Administration from Bryant University (U.S.A.)





Leeds University (UK)

PhD in Economics

International Trade

International Finance

Economic Development


Leeds University (UK)

MA in Development Economics


Bryant University

BSc in Business Administration

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