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Jennie Naomi Wheatley

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Employment History

ExperienceBVI.com


Educator, Poet, Author, Lecturer, Founder of Virgin Islands History Programme

H. Lavity Stoutt Community College


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British Virgin Islands - Island Sun Newspaper

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Reading Council Honourees: President of the BVIRC Mrs. H. Lynden Smith, Reading Specialist and UNESCO Representative for the BVI Mrs. Medita Wheatley, Director of the Virgin Islands Studies Programme at the HLS Community College Mrs. Jennie Wheatley (far right), Radio Station ZBVI (Mr. Merritt Herbert) and the Rotary Club of Tortola (Mr. Michael Thomas).The recipients were President of the BVIRC Mrs. H. Lynden Smith, Reading Specialist and UNESCO Representative for the BVI Mrs. Medita Wheatley, Director of the Virgin Islands Studies Programme at the HLS Community College Mrs. Jennie Wheatley, Radio Station ZBVI and the Rotary Club of Tortola.The BVI Reading Council was founded in 1995.Two years later, the BVIRC became a chartered member of the International Reading Association.This point was supported by one of the recipients Mrs. Jennie Wheatley, who gave responded on behalf of the others.She underscored the importance of reading and writing."We are capable of writing a lot more than we are doing…we have so much material.There's so much that we're losing, those of us in the 60+ range, we have experiences that children will never know unless we write them down and we need to take a few minutes and write down some stories so that our children can read a lot of what happened in the BVI."Copyrighted © 2001 by SUN ENTERPRISES (B.V.I.) LTD. PUBLISHERS OF THE ISLAND SUN Newspaper.All rights reserved.


British Virgin Islands - Island Sun Newspaper

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Reading Council Honourees: President of the BVIRC Mrs. H. Lynden Smith, Reading Specialist and UNESCO Representative for the BVI Mrs. Medita Wheatley, Director of the Virgin Islands Studies Programme at the HLS Community College Mrs. Jennie Wheatley (far right), Radio Station ZBVI (Mr. Merritt Herbert) and the Rotary Club of Tortola (Mr. Michael Thomas).The recipients were President of the BVIRC Mrs. H. Lynden Smith, Reading Specialist and UNESCO Representative for the BVI Mrs. Medita Wheatley, Director of the Virgin Islands Studies Programme at the HLS Community College Mrs. Jennie Wheatley, Radio Station ZBVI and the Rotary Club of Tortola.This point was supported by one of the recipients Mrs. Jennie Wheatley, who gave responded on behalf of the others.She underscored the importance of reading and writing.


About the authors | Welcome to House of Nehesi Publishers

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Jennie Naomi Wheatley
Jennie Naomi Wheatley was born in 1939, in Tortola, Virgin Islands, where she received her early education. In 1960, she graduated from the Leeward Islands Teachers Training College in Antigua. After obtaining a B.A. (Honors English) and a B.Ed. from Canada's Mt. Allison University in 1970, Wheatley pursued further training in education at England's University of Leeds in 1981. For over forty years, Wheatley has taught primary and secondary schools throughout the Virgin Islands. The educator has served on the English Panel of the Caribbean Examinations Council and was a "marker" for several years. Since its inception in 1990, Wheatley has served on the Board of Governors and as an adjunct lecturer at H. Lavity Stoutt Community College. In 1993, Jennie Wheatley was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (M.B.E.) by Queen Elizabeth II for outstanding contribution to education and culture in the British Virgin Islands. Wheatley has co-authored Comprehension for Caribbean Examinations (Macmillan, 1979); and authored Boysie and The Genips and Other Stories (UNESCO, 1984), and the first edition of Pass It On !!! A Treasury of Virgin Island Tales (WSTD Publishing, 1991). In 1996 Wheatley was the assistant principal for academic affairs at B.V.I. High School and still found time to direct an oral history project "which seeks to record events and activities of the past as seen through the eyes of senior citizens. Jennie Wheatley is married to Charles Wheatley and has three sons, Ludwis, Lloyd, and Leon. by Jennie N. Wheatley


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Jennie Naomi Wheatley
Jennie Naomi Wheatley was born in 1939, in Tortola, Virgin Islands, where she received her early education. In 1960, she graduated from the Leeward Islands Teachers Training College in Antigua. Read more


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Jennie Naomi Wheatley was born in 1939, in Tortola, Virgin Islands, where she received her early education.
In 1960, she graduated from the Leeward Islands Teachers Training College in Antigua. After obtaining a B.A. (Honors English) and a B.Ed. from Canada's Mt. Allison University in 1970, Wheatley pursued further training in education at England's University of Leeds in 1981. For over forty years, Wheatley has taught primary and secondary schools throughout the Virgin Islands. The educator has served on the English Panel of the Caribbean Examinations Council and was a "marker" for several years. Since its inception in 1990, Wheatley has served on the Board of Governors and as an adjunct lecturer at H. Lavity Stoutt Community College. In 1993, Jennie Wheatley was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (M.B.E.) by Queen Elizabeth II for outstanding contribution to education and culture in the British Virgin Islands. Wheatley has co-authored Comprehension for Caribbean Examinations (Macmillan, 1979); and authored Boysie and The Genips and Other Stories (UNESCO, 1984), and the first edition of Pass It On !!! A Treasury of Virgin Island Tales (WSTD Publishing, 1991). In 1996 Wheatley was the assistant principal for academic affairs at B.V.I. High School and still found time to direct an oral history project "which seeks to record events and activities of the past as seen through the eyes of senior citizens. Jennie Wheatley is married to Charles Wheatley and has three sons, Ludwis, Lloyd, and Leon. by Jennie N. Wheatley


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