Lorna Gow-Morrison is a highly accomplished and respected figure in the field of education. She graduated from the University of the West Indies with a PhD in Teacher Education and holds an M.Ed. in Educational Psychology.
With over 40 years of teaching experience, she has given herself to the service of over 10 educational institutions including: Shortwood Teachers College; University of West Indies, Mona; University of Technology (UTech); Mico University College.
Dr. Gow-Morrison has served as Principal at Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College, and as a Facilitator at the National College for Educational Leadership, in the Ministry of Education and Youth.
Her impact extends beyond her institutional roles. She has made significant contributions to educational research and literature. Her book, ‘Action Research in Teacher Education: A Caribbean Perspective’, co-authored with T. Ryan, demonstrates her commitment to advancing educational practices and fostering a Caribbean perspective in teacher education.