Jacqueline Morris

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Country: Trinidad and Tobago
Email: jam [at] jacquelinemorris.com

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Jacqueline A. Morris is the e-learning Manager at the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago, and an e-learning, instructional design, and educational technology consultant. She was previously an Instructor at the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) and Project Consultant at Media 21 Ltd.[1]

Ms. Morris is a past NomCom Delegate for ICANN's Latin American and Caribbean Regional At Large Organization (LACRALO); she served from 2011 to 2012.[2]

Career History

She is currently the e-learning manager at the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago, and a Director of the National ICT Company of Trinidad and Tobago. She is the current Vice Chair of the Internet Society Trinidad and Tobago Chapter, and a Director of the Trinidad & Tobago Computer Society, a member of the Diplo Expert Adviser Group and a MEMBER of CIVIC - a Caribbean regional ICT network. She has held positions as At Large liaison to ccNSO at ICANN, ALAC Member at ICANN, Chair of At Large Advisory Committee at ICANN, Member of the Working Group on Internet Governance, Member of the Gender Caucus WSIS, and Team Leader of Internet Marketing at TIDCO. She has also worked as Webmaster at Rituals Records, Manager Information Systems and Resources at TIDCO, Database Administrator at TIDCO, Consultant at HR Consulting Associates, and Consultant at Globaltech.[3][4]

Ms. Morris was the Associate Chair of ICANN's 2011 NomCom.[5] She is the incoming Policy Chair of NPOC in October 2020.


  • Jacqueline holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering from the UWI and MS in Chemical Engineering from UFSCar, Brazil.[6]
  • She also holds an MS in Engineering Science (Environmental Management) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York and a Masters Degree in Higher Education from the UWI, St. Augustine. She was a Hubert H. Humphrey (Fulbright) Fellow in 2000-2001 at American University.