Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES)

Natalie Dietrich Jones

Natalie Dietrich Jones' professional experience has been in the field of development in Jamaica and other Caribbean spaces. Outside of academia, she has worked in the local and international public sector. Most recently, she was employed with the Office of the United Nations Resident Coordinator for Barbados and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, where she assisted with the development of a framework for cooperation between the United Nations System and the Caribbean. Natalie Dietrich Jones enjoys teaching and is passionate about student development. Her research interests include Migration and Border studies, Qualitative research, and Critical Realist methodology. Prior to joining SALISES Natalie taught a number of courses in International Relations and Political Science within the Department of Government at UWI, Mona.

Robert Kinlocke

Researcher/lecturer specializing in urban planning, climate change adaptation and resilience and Geographic Information Systems. I am an interdisciplinary researcher highly proficient in the application of quantitative and qualitative methodologies.

Adonna Jardine-Comrie

Elaine Campbell-Daenen

Allison Bailey-Wedderburn

Elizabeth Thomas Hope

Elizabeth Thomas Hope

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