The Teachers Council

The programs at Richmond Vale Academy demand out-of-the ordinary teachers and staff. The teachers at Richmond Vale Academy have as their biggest passion to create a life changing and high quality programs, teaching and training people to fight Global Warming and Global Poverty. 

 


 

 stinaStina Herberg is the academy’s headmaster. She is both Vincentian and Norwegian National. For the past 25 years she has worked with education, enviroment and development projects in Angola, Mozambique, Denmark, Norway and USA. In 2007, Stina Herberg took over the position as headmaster at Richmond Vale Academy. Follow Stina on Twitter @StinaHerberg and Facebook. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


 
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Austin Cain is Vincentian. He studied at the St.Vincent Grammar School and the SVG Technincal college as an auto engineer. He joined the Richmond Vale academy in 2009 and went to South Africa to work with HIV/AIDS prevention. He later returned and worked with a sales and distribution company, and is now the promotions manager at Richmond Vale Academy. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  
 
Jesper FriisJesper Friis is Danish and trained at the Necessary Teacher Training College at Tvind. After working as a teacher for youth with special needs for 10 years, he trained for and worked with developing networks, websites and programming tools for schools. In 2007, he joined the Teacher Council at Richmond Vale Academy. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 


Gabor

Gabor was born in Hungary. He started as Development Instructor with Planet Aid UK in 2007 went to Namibia and participating in TCE project. After 6 months he returned to United Kingdom and continued working with Planet Aid UK in clothes and shoes collection. Now he is involved in Fighting with the Poor program as teacher. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 
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Selwyn Patterson is from Rose Hall. He was working with the ministry of agriculture as an extension officer, then later as a prison officer and also with the CWSA Central Water and Sewerage Authority. Selwin is the chair person for the Rose Hall Cultural and Development Organization and the Rose Hall drummers. Selwin is a long term community activist and started to work at Richmond Vale Academy in August 2011.  E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

 
 
David Kerkhofs
David Kerkhofs is from Belgium. He spent the first few years of his life in Rwanda and after finishing University in Belgium, he decided it was time to go back to Africa. After having followed the DRH program in Denmark, he spent 6 months in Humana People to People Children's Town in Maputo, Mozambique. After returning shortly to Europe, he started working as a Project Leader in the new Teacher Training College in DR Congo before coming to RVA in March 2012. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

 

Kata LowassyKatalin Lovassy is from Hungary and after finishing her university studies in Social Sciences she decided to work as a Development Instructor with the Humana movement. She trained at DRH in Norway, than spent 6 months at the National Headquarter of Humana People to People in Mozambique involved of the activities in the school sector. Nowadays she is working at RVA engaged with the Climate Compliance Conference as the teacher. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


  

EditEdit is from Hungary. She joined Humana People to People Movement in 2007 as Development Instructor. She was trained in Norway than went to Chimoio in Mozambique and worked as a teacher in DAPP School. After her volunteering program she worked for Planet Aid UK as promoter helping with raising fund for educational project in India an Africa. Now she is a teacher of one of the Climate Compliance Teams.
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Furthermore we invite guest teachers from St. Vincent and abroad 
 
 
Richmond Vale Academy
 
 
Lucia Ellis, Garifuna Activist, Numasa Wellness Resource Center
 
 
 

Richmond Vale Academy
 
 
 Joel Poyer, Supervisor, Forestry Division.
 
 
 

Dan Richards
 
 
 Dan Richards, Agricultural Officer, Ministry of Agriculture
 
 
 

 Clement Derrick 
 
 Clem Derrick, Chairman North Leeward Tourism Association
 
 

 
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Mrs. Allison Kaye McAllister 
Lecturer University of Guyana Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry.
  
 

 
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 Gullan from Cumberland, Artist, Paint on Boley
 


 
James Lovell at Richmond Vale Academy
 James Lovell, Artist and Educator, Garifuna Activist.