Dr. Malcolm is a Fulbrighter who earned her PhD. in Higher Education Administration with minor in Qualitative Methodology from the University of Florida. She also holds a bachelors and masters degree from the University of the West Indies, Mona Jamaica. Currently, Dr. Malcolm holds the position of Vice Principal of Academic Affairs & Institutional Advancement at the Excelsior Community College, Jamaica. Read more
Dr. Beckford has a background in business, politics, culture, and sociology. He currently, lectures history, sociology, and culture at the UWI, Mona. He has taught in the Management Studies undergraduate programme at the UWI, Mona. Read more
Dr. Robert Howe is presently a lecturer at Excelsior Community College. He holds a Doctor of Business Administration majoring in Strategy and Planning as well as an MBA in Branding. He has more than twenty years’ experience in Marketing, Business Strategy, Planning and Business Analysis gained across several industries. Read more
Mark Broomfield, Ph.D., J.P., is an Associate Professor and has a distinguished record in the education sector in a career that is guided by a dedication to two core principles – quality service and transformative solutions. He joined the workforce in September 1990 as Assistant Hospital Administrator in charge of Patient Affairs at the University Hospital of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Read more
Excelsior Community College is a registered institution with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information (MoEYI) in Jamaica, and the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ), the local accreditation body.
Excelsior Community College obtained Candidacy for Institutional Accreditation in March 2019 from the UCJ. As such, our Masters’ Degree programmes curricula are developed in alignment with the UCJ’s and recognized industries occupational standards. Additionally, our programmes are aligned to the Jamaica Tertiary Education Commission (J-TEC), the National Qualifications Framework of Jamaica (NQF-J) and certifications are to be offered by the Council of Community Colleges of Jamaica (CCCJ).