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Career educator and sports administrator, Vaneisha Cadogan, became the first Education Officer for PE in the Ministry of Education. She was responsible for the development of the national curriculum for the subject in primary and secondary schools. At the regional level, she served as a member of the CARICOM Technical Committee which developed a Regional Curriculum Framework for Physical Education. Before joining the BOA, she was a Senior Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, heading the Curriculum and Assessment Unit, the Teacher Evaluation Unit and, most recently, the Tertiary Section.
Cadogan was a netballer and track and field athlete at secondary school and played netball at club level. She has umpired, coached and managed at the regional and international level in netball and served as the President of the Barbados Netball Association. She has also managed track and field teams to the CARIFTA Games, NACAC and Whitsuntide Games.
Among her academic achievements, Cadogan holds a Masters in Sport Organisations Management (MEMOS). She was the recipient of the Alberto Madella Research Award, a distinction bestowed on the most outstanding student in the MEMOS program.
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The Barbados Olympic Association Inc.
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