Five things you should know about Senator Gabriela Morris

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September 16, 2020

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At 23 years old, Gabriela Morris is the youngest senator to be appointed to the Upper House in Jamaica and a part of the record 38 per cent women sworn in to the Senate on Tuesday. Here are five things you should know about Morris.

  1. She is a native of Montego Bay, St James and is a past student of Montego Bay High.
  2. Gabriela is currently a student at The University of the West Indies, Mona and is pursuing a master’s in communication for social and behavioural change at the Caribbean School of Media and Communication. She is also employed by The UWI as a resident advisor for Irvine Hall.
  3. Though failing in her bid to become president of the university’s Guild of Students earlier this year, she has slipped comfortably into her position as a vice-president.
  4. The opposition senator is a member of the People’s National Party Youth Organisation.
  5. She hopes to lend her voice to a wide range of issues, including gender equality and youth access to education.

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