teaching career began at St. Vincent de Paul School, Hunter Grand Bahama
taught grades four and five (1966- 1968).After attending Bahamas Teachers College, (1968-1970) she was assigned to Holy Name School, Bimini, as a teacher (1970-1974) and then as a principal (1976 - 1981).Being loyal to her vow of obedience, she served as principal of St. Bede's School, Nassau and taught English at Her Majesty's Prison (1981-1984), then was transferred to Grand Bahama Catholic High School (1984-1991).From 1993 to the present she teaches Religious Studies and Civics at Aquinas College, Nassau, grades eight through twelve.
Sister Jacinta's zeal for growth and development has propelled her
to impact vast areas of academics, and commitment to service and spreading the Gospel afforded her
with opportunities to evangelize on numerous family islands during the summer months.She
has been integrally involved with spiritual development programs, (CCD, RCIA, TEC, Marriage Preparations, Diocesan Catechetical Institutes
, and the permanent deaconate program) throughout the archdiocese; served on Diocesan General Assemblies as presenter and secretary as well as the Diocesan Communication Board.
Continuing to stand on the shoulders of educational giants, Sister Jacinta
considers herself to be a zealous steward whose great desire is to pass on to the next generation the many gifts that God has bestowed upon her
, so that in all things God may be glorified.