Sean A. Davis, Esq., BSc. (Hons)
Director of Talent Management/ Human Capital Development
Sean is a graduate of The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, with a Bachelor of Science degree (Hons) in Psychology, with minor foci on Human Resource Management and Theology/ Ministerial Studies through the United Theological College of the West Indies (UTCWI).
Sean is of the Christian (Methodist) faith and commenced preaching at the age of 15 years. He completed the requisite course of study and was awarded a Preacher’s Diploma from the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas (MCCA) and was commissioned as an Accredited Local Preacher in 2009. He currently serves as the Circuit Lay Youth Pastor in the Mt. Fletcher Methodist Circuit and is Vice President (2014-present) and Acting President (Aug. 1, 2018 – present) of the MCCA Youth, a member of the Jamaica Methodist District’s General Purposes and Christian Education Committees and Youth Work Commission. Sean is also one of the Jamaica Methodist District’s Lay Representative to the MCCA Connexional Conference for the 2018-2021 triennium and related Connexional Council and Commission on Resources and Development.
Sean received the Prime Minister’s National Youth Award for Excellence in Leadership for 2010 and presently serves as an Ambassador of the Governor-General’s Programme for Excellence – I Believe Initiative (IBI). As an IBI Ambassador, he shares in the belief that “There is nothing wrong with Jamaica that cannot be fixed by what is right with Jamaica.” He is also the current Deputy Chairman of the Youth Advisory Council of Jamaica, through which he serves as an advisor to the Government of Jamaica via the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, in keeping with an Instrument of Appointment from The Honourable Prime Minister. He is the Immediate Past General Secretary of the National Youth Council of Jamaica (NYCJ) and is a member of the Climate Change Advisory Board in the Climate Change Division of the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation. He recently completed a stint as Board Member (Communication & Information) for the Caribbean Regional Youth Council (CRYC).
Sean is also a Justice of the Peace (JP) for the parish of St. Andrew, and is among the youngest JP’s in the country.
Sean is presently employed as a Senior Human Resource Practitioner with the Government of Jamaica at the Jamaica Customs Agency.