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Ms Danielle Mullings is a multidimensional graduate of the Faculty of Science and Technology with interests including technology, leadership, and the arts. Danielle found her love for technology at Campion College, where she placed regionally and nationally in the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Computer Science while balancing her role as head girl. This UWI Open Scholar has previously made the Dean’s List and received academic commendations for her performance over the years. Said to be "one of the field's brightest young minds," Danielle believes strongly in the power of technology and innovation in edifying society and would ultimately like to work in areas with civic applications of technology. This complements her work as the Impact & Partnerships Officer for Transform Health, a global coalition aimed at using technology as a catalyst for universal health coverage. She aspires to become a world leader in technological representation for the Caribbean and Latin America, focusing on enhancing the Caribbean’s pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Exciting for Mullings is the opportunity to work with youth groups on other key digital health initiatives, including the Governing Health Futures 2030 operated by the Lancet and Financial Times commission. A champion for advocacy, Mullings was also recognized as one of the Young Experts in Tech for Health in the Americas Region. In addition, Mullings was also a UNICEF U-Report Jamaica ambassador. She is the immediate past President of the Guild of Students at the University of the West Indies, Mona, where she has led fund-raising campaigns geared toward providing access to laptops for students on campus and teaching students about the opportunities in the technology industry.

Danielle is also passionate about media and communications. In addition to producing and hosting the Television Jamaica series, GenZed, she also partakes in the documentary-making process, which she sees as the gateway to cultural retention and the edification of regional identity. She aims to advance the Caribbean's capacity to accurately represent its own stories.

She has a natural affinity for leadership and youth empowerment and thus serves on youth councils, both locally and internationally, representing the voice of young people in technology, education, communications, and tech for health.

Skills & Awards

Leadership   Film Making  Writing    Computer Programming 

 Public Speaking   Creativity    Problem Solving    Fundraising  

Microsoft Suite

Awards (Last Three Years)

  • Class Valedictorian, University of the West Indies Mona Campus, 2022

  • Premier Leadership Awardee, University of the West Indies Mona Campus, 2022

  • Trailblazer Award, UWI Mona Guild, 2022

  • UWI Open Scholar 2020

  • Scholarship, Creative Minds in Sundance 2020

  • NCB We Believe in You Grant Winner 2019

  • Best in Storytelling Winner, EU Short Film Festival 2019

  • Top Overall Team, Coders of the Caribbean 2019

  • Scholarship, Where There Be Dragons (Selected for Global Leadership Program in Peru & Bolivia)

  • 7th in Jamaica for CAPE Computer Science 2018

  • Top Mentee, YCDI Women in IT Mentorship Program (Trip to Wonder Women Tech Conference in California)

  • Campion College Graduation 2018: Top Student in Caribbean Studies, Citizenship Award, Trailblazer Award for Editorial Writing & Social Change, Basketball Award

  • Second Place, Diamond Challenge Jamaica's Entrepreneurship Competition

  • 8th in the Caribbean, CAPE Computer Science 2017

  • 5th in Jamaica, CAPE Computer Science 2017

  • Artificial Intelligence and Education Winner, IBM & NCB BlueHack Jamaica 2017

  • NCB Section Winner, Coders of the Caribbean Hackathon 2017

  • Top 1000 Photos in the World, World Nature Conservancy's - What's Your Nature Photo Contest 2017

  • JCDC Jamaica Visual Arts Competition and Exhibition 2017:

  • Silver Award for Painting "Bold Woman" & Merit Award for Painting "Harmony" & Merit Award for Photograph "African Princess"                          

Work Experience

2020 - Present

Young Experts: Tech 4 Health

Danielle works in expanding the opportunities for young women in STEM across the Caribbean. The CGH is a network for young aspiring techies to grow and connect with opportunities in the tech industry.

2020 - Present

Caribbean Girls Hack & IBM Zambassador

Danielle works in expanding the opportunities for young women in STEM across the Caribbean. The CGH is a network for young aspiring techies to grow and connect with opportunities in the tech industry.

2019 - Present

Mona Information Technology Services,

The University of the West Indies

Danielle works in developing WordPress websites for departments in the University of the West Indies. She has also learnt local website hosting with Docker and the website design process.

2017 - Present

Television Jamaica

Danielle served as the youth advisor for the 50th Anniversary Planning Committee of Quiz and has been a production assistant focusing on the production of local cultural documentaries in the Home Grown Department . She has worked on over 6 documentaries, features and 15 live TV episodes. 

2018 - 2020

UNICEF's U-Report Jamaica

Danielle serves on the youth council for U-Report where she helps to develop national polls, represent the youth voice on matters of national concern and vet collaborations. Of note, she was apart of the team developing a mental health chatline for youth. 

2018 - Present

Youth Can Do I.T.

Danielle serves the content creation team for the YCDI PEP talks program, one designed to use Scratch programming to ignite the love for learning in young children. She has also represented YCDI at the Wonder Women in Tech Conference (California) as the top mentee in the YCDI Women in I.T. mentorship program. 



The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus

BSc. Major in Software Engineering & Minor in Film Studies (First Class Honours)

Class Valedictorian


Campion College

10 CAPE Passes:

Unit 1 & 2: Biology, Physics, Computer Science, Caribbean Studies, Communication Studies


I will politely challenge normal methodologies with insightful alternatives for the benefit of the youth, specifically in the Americas through documentary making and software development. I look forward to keenly engaging opportunities to initiate positive changes for youth worldwide, while building my capacity as an ambassador and advocate.

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