Mr. Kenroy Johnson has spent most of his life working in the field of education, having taught or worked as an administrator at all levels of the system: primary, secondary and post secondary. He graduated in 1996 with a first class honors degree in Education and Biology from the Cave Hill Campus, University of the West Indies. He then successfully completed a Masters’ programme in Education and Curriculum Studies at the University of British Columbia, Canada in 2000. This was followed in 2007 by a Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Management with the University of Technology Jamaica.
As a Graduate Teacher, Mr. Johnson taught at the secondary level in a number of subject areas including English Language, Integrated Science, Human and Social Biology and General Biology. He also served as a Secondary School principal for five years: August 2004 to October 2009. This was followed by a stint at the St Vincent Community College (October 2009 – November 2010) as Outreach Officer mandated to establish a College outreach programme in rural communities.
Mr. Johnson has also been involved in Curriculum initiatives at both the local and regional levels. In 1998 he worked as part of a team headed by a Canadian Consultancy firm: EKOS Communications, Inc., in developing a Biodiversity Curriculum for the OECS. In 2003 – 2004 he worked as part of a regional team headed by Professor Winston King – UWI, in developing a Lower Secondary School and Primary School Science Curriculum for the OECS. In addition he has worked on several local Curriculum Development Projects.