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Danielle Mullings - Tech Passion
Marrying her love for technology and the arts, Mullings is a The University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Scholar studying for a BSc in software engineering with a minor in film studies. Her dynamism currently finds her as the UWI Mona Guild President, youth leader, television host/producer and partnership and campaign officer for Transform Health.
UWI Guild helps needy students
The University of the West Indies Principal Professor Dale Webber (left) accepts an enhanced version of a cheque valued at $1.6 million from UWI Guild President Danielle Mullings (centre) and Guild Post-graduate Representative Kijana Johnson.
UN Women - #GirlsInICT: Caribbean women leading in STEM
What inspired your interest in animation and design? I am interested in Software Engineering and Documentary Film making. I've loved computers and cameras since prep school where I first started challenging my computing teacher to teach the topic before I could learn it. It really stems from a curiosity for life, an eagerness to learn and a love for strategizing and problem solving.
100K USD Donation
FST Representative of the Guild of Students said, “Funding our education at the tertiary level is an expensive undertaking, in fact it becomes a luxury for many of our students, in the context of the pandemic this scholarship is a symbol of hope.”
Allow Youth To Be A Part Of COVID-19 Response
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on me, my family, and my friends. Our lives have moved from being very busy, rushing to classes, hugging each other in the hallways, to being home most of the week, conducting all learning sessions virtually and greeting each other with socially distanced ‘elbow handshakes’. The impact of COVID-19 on the lives of young people needs to be evaluated further.
Lives in the Balance Summit: Improving the health of women, children and adolescents through UHC
Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, joined the hosts in the closing session of the event with a call for global solidarity and continued vigilance on the ripple effects of COVID-19 even as the world begins to emerge from the pandemic.
The Global Digital Health Forum 2020 to Focus on Making Digital Health Work for Everyone
"The current pandemic reinforces the importance of universal health coverage globally. Imagine a world where young people are able to access healthcare just as easily as accessing social media...."
UNICEF Poll Reveals Worrying Level of Dengue Ignorance Among Youths
Danielle Mullings is a UNICEF U-report Youth Council member, who helped with assessing the poll data.
Youth benefit from Kiwanis One Day project
“Allow yourself to teeter until you find that balance in the new normal. Give yourself grace and allow yourself to feel whatever it is you do. We're all trying to figure things out,” Mullings said.
Diversity and inclusion are also vital components for digital transformation to be equitable. Ms Dan
Diversity and inclusion are also vital components for digital transformation to be equitable. Ms Danielle Mullings (Young Expert, Tech 4 Health) said that it is not enough for a young person to have a seat at the table; rather, the participation of youth needs to be systematically structured in the process of developing strategy and policy.
FST Guild President presents at UN General Assembly Side Event
The FST Guild President, Danielle Mullings, spoke at Transform Health's Harnessing the power of data and digital technology for health transformation in the COVID-19 recovery event at the UN General Assembly 2020. As the Caribbean and Americas representative on the Young Experts: Tech 4 Health global youth council, she underscored the importance of engaging young people meaningfully in the decision making processes and amplifying...
GreenSlate And Monarch Private Capital Event During Sundance 2020
Danielle Mullings attends GreenSlate and Monarch Private Capital event during Sundance 2020 at Wasatch Brew Pub on January 25, 2020 in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images for GreenSlate and Monarch Private Capital)
UNGA 2020 - Harnessing the Power of data and digital technology for health transformation in the COV
Danielle Mullings, the Caribbean and Americas representative on the Young Experts: Tech 4 Health youth council, said it is essential to include youths in health projects from the get-go rather than consulting them retrospectively.
Danielle Mullings is taking up space in science and technology industry
Being the youngest person in the room can be intimidating, but this is something Danielle Mullings has gotten used to. In fact, usually, she is not only the youngest person but also one of the few females in the room too.
Post for love, panellists tell teens
A panel assembled for the Flow Safer Internet Day Teen Summit, at Karram Speid Auditorium at Merl Grove High School in St Andrew, encouraged the more than 600 students to make authentic posts of what they love, instead of “doing so for likes”
Aspiring filmmaker seeks help to tel
When aspiring filmmaker Danielle Mullings saw the film 'Sprinter' for the first time, she was imbued by the feeling that telling narratives about Caribbean people was what she wanted to do with her life.
St Thomas creative wins EU Short Fil
Four other participants received sectional awards: Danielle Mullings, of the University of the West Indies, Mona, won Best Storytelling and an iPad Pro for the documentary “Port Royal's Mangroves”;
A Jamaican at home in the mountains
This year I spent three months in Bolivia and Peru, on the Where There Be Dragons Gap Semester programme, living in the Andes mountains and the Amazon rainforest.
She may only be in sixth form at Campion College but Danielle Mullings already exhibits the sophisticated eye of a mature photographer. She was first introduced to photography at five years old when her dad gave her a small camera and she became obsessed with how the little lenses refracted the world.
Dragons Blog I Interview with Dragon
We are loving this interview with Dragons students Danielle (South America Semester Alum ’19) and Chinelle (Nepal College Study Abroad Alum ’19)
Youth ready with solutions to dengue
Dengue is worrying. The results of our recent U-Report poll don’t give us any less reason to be concerned: 49 per cent of 725 U-Reporters who replied did not know the symptoms!
'Plan It' website comes out on top i
The team comprised of Danielle Mullings, Marlon Williams, Alrique Welsh and Je-hiel Smith topped the competition with its creation of a website that streamlines all the processes involved in planning a trip with loved ones - from picking a destination to transportation mode and costs attached.
Closing the Dengue Communication Gap
It was the start of the year, and our Youth Council had just approved a new poll to send to U-Reporters. Then we had an outbreak of dengue hit Jamaica. The Ministry of Health & Wellness asked for our help to respond to this public health emergency and we had to quickly adapt our plans.
25 Jamaicans shortlisted for EU Shor
Twenty-five young Jamaicans have been selected to compete in the final round of the EU in Jamaica Short Film Competition, 2019. The top prize of a trip to Europe for a film course is up for grabs.
Danielle Mullings - Palette Full Of
On the surface, Danielle Mullings is a typical teenager. You watch her buoyancy on the basketball court; you are witness to her athletic prowess and competitiveness.
Head Boys, Girls Give Back To JA
Earlier this year, the head boys and girls of some of the most prestigious high schools in Jamaica joined forces to implement change within their communities.
Head Boys And Girls Bring Cheer To O
After weeks of planning, the first-ever National Head Boys and Girls Service Project was born. The project was kicked off with a collaborative service done by head students in Kingston.