Miss Terry-Ann Wallace

Miss Terry-Ann Wallace is a quality-focused individual who is empowered to impact. She currently serves the College in the capacity of Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer.  In this role, she is responsible for conducting quality audits on franchises and the programmes offered by the College. Prior to this, she worked as Research Assistant at the National Education Inspectorate where her responsibilities included managing and analysing data, drafting reports, delivering presentations at training sessions and PTA meetings. She also worked in the Statistics Section of the Planning and Development Division in the Ministry of Education, where her journey in data analysis began.

Miss Wallace has a Master of Education degree with an academic concentration in Educational Measurement. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration majoring in Information Systems Management from the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean). Desirous of positively impacting the educational system through the use of data, Miss Wallace has researched the impact of technology, specifically, the interactive whiteboard on students attitude towards mathematics in the Jamaican context.  She believes the integration of technology in education can stem the poor performance in mathematics. Miss Wallace is a team player, who is driven and goal-oriented and always seeking an opportunity to add value to others.