Supervisor of Elections.

Biography

Elvis Morain has been a public officer for over thirty (30) years.

Academic Achievement

Mr. Morain has a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management and Development from the University of Leicester, a bachelor’s degree in Education Administration (Hons.) from the University of the West Indies and a certificate in Teacher Education. He received extensive training in the areas of Leadership and Management at the certificate level.



Career Achievement

Mr. Morain’s prominence in the public service began as a teacher on the staff of the St. Joseph’s RC School (Pomme Rose). He then joined the staff of his al mater, St. David’s Catholic Secondary School, where he served for a decade inclusive of two distinct leadership roles as Head of the Mathematics and Science Department and Vice Principal.



2012: Appointed as the first Principal of the J.W. Fletcher Catholic Secondary School.

2015: Appointed Chief Education Officer, a post he held for three (3) years.

2018: Continued his ascendency in the Public Service and was appointed Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and Lands.

2019: Appointed as Supervisor of Elections (Ag.) by Her Excellency The Governor-General, Dame Cecile La Grenade, on March 12, 2019.

As Supervisor of Elections, Mr. Morain’s overarching goal is to maintain the integrity of the office in the pursuant of his duties.

He is self-motivated with an unwavering passion towards his professional duties and a love for country.

He is guided by the belief that “you should endeavor to leave an organization better than you have met it”.