Profile of Felicia Grey

Felicia Grey International Political Economist
15 years experience 0 projects worked Jamaica
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Felicia A. Grey is Fulbright scholar who has a Ph.D. in International Studies from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, USA. She also completed a Master’s in International Trade Law from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and a Master’s and undergraduate degree from the University of the West Indies, Jamaica. She teaches courses in World Trade, International Political Economy, International Politics, Globalisation, and American Foreign Policy. She is the author of the book, States and Non-Participatory Memberships in the WTO and several articles in The International Trade Journal and Digest of Middle East Studies.

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Work Experiences

  • Spanish Teacher / Grade Supervisor

    Ministry of Education

    August 2004 - July 2013

    • Used an eclectic approach to facilitate the speaking, listening, writing and
    reading competencies of learners 12 -15 years old.
    • Worked with two leaders to supervise the academic, discipline and
    deportment needs of 10 Grade 7 classes.
    • Co-founded and coached a team of students to participate in the annual
    national Schools’ Challenge Quiz Competition.
    • Instituted an annual Third Form Quiz Competition which promotes
    teamwork, camaraderie, knowledge of the school’s history, current affairs,
    Jamaican heritage, general knowledge and the Grade 9 curriculum.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science

    Middlebury College

    August 2017 - June 2020

    Courses taught:
    • Introduction to International Politics
    • International Political Economy
    • Globalization: Change and Continuity
    • The World Trading System
    • American Foreign Policy

    Projects supervised:
    • “The Political Economy of Mercosur’s 21st Century Trade Policy”
    • “Parallel and Black Market Currency Rates and Political Instability”
    • “Hukou Reform and the Consequences for Income Inequality in China”


  • Unlocking Investment and Finance in Emerging Markets and Developing Economies (EMDEs)

    World Bank

    June 2019 - July 2019

  • Trading for Development in the Age of Global Value Chains

    World Bank

    July 2020 - September 2020


  • BSc. International Relations / Spanish / Psychology

    University of the West Indies

    August 2001 - July 2004

  • MSc. International Relations

    University of the West Indies

    August 2008 - January 2011

  • Ph.D. International Studies

    Old Dominion University

    August 2013 - August 2017