Morgan Ramkallawan

DEPUTY POLITICAL LEADER

Morgan Ramkallawan

Morgan Ramkallawan is the youngest daughter of Noella and David Ramkallawan. She has been raised in a household with proud international ambassadors who promoted Trinidad and Tobago in all of its glory. Morgan has had a worldly aspect for politics and international relations from a young age and understands the importance of not only serving her immediate community but also the global landscape as a whole. A proud daughter of Holy Name Convent, her ambitions evolved and put her on an international academic journey. Starting regionally, she attended the Codrington School in Barbados, pursuing the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. With its holistic approach to education, it further fuelled her undying hunger for politics and social development. Morgan began her university education at Trent University in Canada, majoring in International Development, where she was offered the opportunity to study at the illustrious Leiden University Honours College in The Hague, The Netherlands. The wealth of knowledge and experience not only gained from her rigorous BA in World Politics but also from living in the international city of peace and justice naturally encouraged Morgan to return home to Trinidad and Tobago and share her unique values and perspectives. Continuing to pursue academic excellence, Morgan is currently enrolled in a full time MSc. Global Studies programme at the University of the West Indies.

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Recent Posts

June 16, 2019

Progressive Party Launch Speech

As we move forward I call on every right thinking citizen to ponder long and hard about the kind of Trinidad and Tobago you would like to see.

May 1, 2019

Challenging a two-party system

In response to the idea of a new political party it is quite common for a Caribbean, far less a Trinbagonian, citizen to hide behind the phrase, “this is a two-party system” as if, no matter what, a country’s prosperity, growth and progress is caught between two warring sides.