Minister with Responsibility for Tertiary Education, Skills Development and Education Outreach
Minister Moses lives in La. Mode, St. Patrick. She attended the St. Patrick Catholic School and then went on to Mc. Donald College where she made the most of her time and represented her school in numerous Science Fairs, quizzes and debates.
She attained A’Levels, a Diploma in Teacher Training and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education Administration from the University of the West Indies.
Maybe she inherited it or learnt by example from her father who was a farmer and businessman or her mother, the expert homemaker and seamstress, however, she to displayed great entrepreneurial skills. She is an accomplished farmer, seamstress, winemaker and cake decorator.
She comes from a home with five brothers and sisters who were all teachers, and she too she became a dedicated and passionate teacher of Biology and Agricultural Science at the St. Andrews Anglican Secondary School (SAASS). She was honored to serve as its Vice Principal for one year and as its Principal for three years.
Minister Moses is committed and hardworking; she does not let obstacles get in her way as she believes, that “with God all things are possible.”
After making a significant contribution in the field of Education, she retired after serving 26 years as an Educator and was appointed Senator in July 2016 and Minister of State with Responsibility for Youth and Religious Affairs.
She faced her greatest challenge ever in the March 13th, 2018 general elections and became the First Female Parliamentary Representative for St. Patrick East and the Minister with Responsibility for Tertiary Education, Skills Development and Education Outreach.
She is forever grateful to her awesome God for the opportunity to serve her beloved country.