MEET OUR STAFF
Here to Help Our Students Grow
The University of Guyana - PACE has an outstanding team of dedicated instructors, all of whom are determined to help students succeed. Our team members offer support and guidance, uniquely tailored to each student. Our goal is to provide an environment where teachers are valued for their outside-the-box thinking, creative ideas, and connection with their students.
The University of Guyana - Philanthropy, Alumni, Civic Engagement (PACE) Office aims to create a culture of institutionalized giving to The University of Guyana. Founded in August 2016, PACE is managed by Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Paloma Mohamed. We have a staff of 4 Officers who are all alumni of the University. PACE responds positively and progressively to particular resource, relationship, re-branding and re-engagement necessary for the University of Guyana's renaissance.
THE UNIVERSITY OF GUYANA COMES FIRST
Creative Visioning: Evidence based. Strategic. Informed pro-activity.
Proactive Caring: Community. Equity. Inclusion. Fairness. Reciprocity. Reciprocal Respect. Collective success.
Transparent Accountability: Responsive Policy. Robust Systems. Total Probity and Openness. Confidentiality. Critical Evaluation.
PROFESSOR PALOMA MOHAMED
Prof. Paloma Mohamed the Vice-Chancellor, Xi of the University of Guyana, the most youthful and the first woman to ever hold the post in the University’s 57 year history. She is a highly decorated scholar and artist. She is a Strategist and Change Specialist having done her Ph.D specialization in these areas. Prof. Paloma Mohamed is a successful fund-raiser and an academic, having widely published on various areas relating to the Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences. Prof Mohamed has led an extensive international life and is a beloved teacher and notable researcher. She has been variously referred to as a servant leader, a visionary and a titanium butterfly. In 2014, she was named by the US government as one of the top 5 most influential women in Guyana and in that same year became the first and only woman to hold the highly coveted Anthony N Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence in Arts and Letters which is considered the Nobel prize of the Caribbean. In addition, she is the recipient of two Presidential awards and a city of New York award among others.
Philanthropy Officer - PACE
Telephone: +(592) 623-3156
Alumni Relations Officer - PACE
Telephone: +(592) 623-3154
Executive Assistant - PACE
Telephone: +(592) 623-3159