A meticulous and proficient two times national scholarship recipient, Shelly-Ann is a final year PhD student and part time Economics Lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University. Her research interests are concentrated in the areas of Economics/ Statistics and Business Management.
Shelly-Ann graduated with a BSc in Economics and Management Studies (Double Major with First Class Honours) from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, in 2005. At the aforementioned university she pursued an MSc in Economics graduating in 2010 and then went on to study for another MSc in Maritime Economics and Logistics at Erasmus University, in the Netherlands.
She is currently pursuing her PhD in the area of International Trade Economics, of which her PhD investigates a micro economic analysis of measuring firm/industry level evolutionary technical efficiency and productivity.
Furthermore, she is equipped with extensive exposure to Common End-user Software / Core Office, which include big database analysis incorporating statistics, econometrics analysis, advanced analytics, multiple regression analyses, data management, and predictive analytics.