Wesley Morris was born in Jamaica but was educated in England. He has master’s degrees in Pharmacology (London, 1978) and Business Administration (Manchester Business School, 1992) respectively where he wrote dissertations on the “The Physiological Role of Renin-Angiotensin System”, and “Transnational Corporations in the British Economy.” The title of his doctoral thesis is “Analytical Subcellular Fractionation of Tissues by Two-Phase Counter-Current Partition” (London, 1982). He was the recipient of 2 Medical Research Council Studentships, has worked as a research fellow in England and in the USA and has authored 12 scientific publications.
Dr. Morris lives in Kingston, Jamaica and works internationally as a professional Transformation and Change Management Consultant. He is also active in Jamaica politics where he entered the race as a People’s National Party chair of the South St. Andrew constituency, worked actively for changes in the lives of the people of the constituency and has written a number of articles on issues of interest to the people of Jamaica and of the people in the South St. Andrew constituency.