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Dr. Marva Ribeiro was recently appointed as the Academic Director of SITAL College after serving for 43 years at all levels of the education sector. Dr Ribeiro also served as a part-time lecturer at the University of the West Indies, School of Education and external examiner for Psychology at the University of Trinidad and Tobago, Valsayn and Corinth Teachers Colleges and the University of the Southern Caribbean Teacher Education Department.

She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Inter-American Teacher Education Network and of the Commonwealth Steering Group on Teacher Qualifications and Professional Recognition. She has represented Trinidad and Tobago as President and Vice President of the Inter-American Committee on Education from 2003 to 2009 where she served as the coordinator of hemispheric Teacher Education and, Secondary Education-school to work transition projects.

Her qualifications include a Ph.D. in Education, MEd., post-graduate Dip. Ed., and B.Sc. Degrees from the University of the West Indies. She also holds a post graduate Dip. Sp. Ed. from the University of Sheffield. Dr Ribeiro continues to provide independent consultations in the areas of Teacher Education, Special Education, Programme Development and Evaluation, Supervision of Classroom Teaching and Research Methods.

Dr. Ribeiro envisions taking the College to even greater heights as she works with the academic team in new curriculum development, research, planning for and overseeing the professional development of all tutors, monitoring the development of the SITAL graduate through the evaluation of the Institutional Learning Outcomes.

She is also a mother to four children all of whom have attended her alma mater, St. George’s College and four grandchildren, the first of whom now is a student at St. George’s College.

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