People and Associates /
Dr Shelley-Ann Morgan
Caribbean Research Associate
Dr. Shelley-Ann Morgan is one of Jamaica’s foremost Caribbean Fashion researchers and educators. She first joined TFCC as a ‘Local Sector Expert’ for TFCC’s appointed work in developing a Business Plan for Jamaica’s Creative Industries.
Shelley has written Jamaican first Fashion history courses for the nation’s leading fashion institutions. These include, Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, University of the West Indies and Garmex HEART Academy. She has worked with the Jamaica Fashion Industry both within the private sector as well as with the Government of Jamaica agencies. Shelley has worked with cultural and creative micro, small and medium enterprises across Jamaica. Her experience as a Project Officer at Jamaica Business Development Corporation she has written proposals for cultural and creative enterprise as well as monitor project outcomes as required by the donor agency.
Shelley holds a Doctorate in Cultural Studies with specialization in Caribbean Fashion from the University of the West Indies, Jamaica, a Master of Business Administration and a BSc in Economics and Statistics (double majors). She is currently completing her Post Graduate Degree in Arts Education. She is currently a senior lecturer in the School of Arts Management and Humanities at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica. She is also an adjust lecturer at the University of Technology within the School of Hospitality and Tourism as well as Faculty of Education and Liberal Studies.