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Prof. Neville Ying, CD, FIMCJ, PhD. Joins MUCFA Board



Education

· Teachers’ Diploma (Honours) with distinction in Practice of Education, - Mico College, Jamaica – 1961

· B.Sc. Mathematics and Physics - University of the West Indies, Jamaica – 1967 – Jamaica Teachers’ Scholarship

· M.A. Measurement and Statistics - University of Maryland, U.S.A. - 1974 – Government of Jamaica Scholarship and Member of the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society

· Ph.D.Measurement, Statistics and Research Designs (Psychometrics) - University of Maryland, U.S.A. – 1975 – Government of Jamaica Scholarship and Member of the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society

Professional Experience

· Pro Chancellor and Chairman Board of Management , Mico University College

· Executive Director Jamaica Diaspora Institute

· Chairman Jamaica Flour Mills Foundation

· Chairman Advisory Board, Management Institute for National Development (MIND)

· Chairman, Jamaica Stock Exchange Best Practices Awards Committee

Other

· Executive Director, Mona School of Business

· Assistant Chief Education Officer and Head of Research , Evaluation and Counselling Unit, Ministry of Education

· Group Vice President, ICD Group of Companies; Chairman and Executive Director, Institute of Management & Production (now the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean)

· Project Manager, UWI/USAID Management Education Project with responsibility for establishing, at the UWI, the EMBA Programme and the Mona Institute of Business (now the Mona School of Business and Management)

· President Jamaica Association for Training and Development now HRMAJ (Human Resource Management Association Jamaica)

· President, Inter-Collegiate Sports Association

· Founding Director Deputy Chairman, and Chairman Finance and Strategic Planning Committees, University Council of Jamaica

· Chairman, Overseas Examinations Commission

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