A product of humble beginnings, Ms. Jessica Pethrene Davidson is a dynamic young teacher from the bountiful parish of Westmoreland Jamaica. For Jessica, the act of teaching is not just a profession but a lifestyle and a special call of duty. It is a field where your perception, principles and morals are just as vital as your skills in instructions. This privilege of facilitating knowledge now serves as fuel for her endeavours of “being the change she would like to see” through the empowerment of education.
Armed with a diploma in Secondary Education, a Bachelors Degree in History Education and guided by a deep love for her country’s special blend of Jamaican strength, Jessica believes that it is our responsibility as a people to build our country one community at a time using the talents we have been uniquely blessed with. Through use of various platforms, she seeks to impact and influence others in moulding a better Jamaica than what currently exist.
As a former Festival Queen, she has been shaped into a cultural ambassador, speaking at various community organized events, sessions and schools with an emphasis on educational empowerment and national pride. The future is what we as individuals make of it and so we must become an active participant in it.
The spirit of service has always enveloped a major Jessica’s life and has manifested through her membership with the Rotaract Clubs and Rotary family at large across the Caribbean. She further embraces this call as Jamaica’s Governor General’s “I Believe Initiative” Ambassador effectively modelling that “there is nothing that is wrong with Jamaica which cannot be fixed with what is right with Jamaica”.