Derek Been

Derek Been is a full-time lecturer in the School of Music where he teaches Music Technology. He taught Audio Engineering and History of Western Music at the Jamaica Theological Seminary. He worked at Caymanas Track Limited serving as the Tote Engineer and Chief Engineer. He was the Associate Engineer at the building services engineering firm Chris Symonette & Associates and the Site Engineer for the associated electrical contractors Innovative Waves Limited both in Nassau, Bahamas. Derek taught music part time at Gray’s Music Centre and he taught Computer Repair part time at The Learning Centre in Nassau, Bahamas.
He is a graduate of Berklee College Of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Production & Engineering. He earned a Master of Science degree and a Bachelor of Science degree with honours in Electrical Engineering from the Florida Institute Of Technology and he has an Associates of Arts degree in Electronics Technology from the College Of The Bahamas. Been has received Jamaica Engineering Institute of Professional Engineers registration and he is a Florida, USA Certified Engineer Intern (EIT).

Trevelle Clarke-Whyne

Trevelle Clarke-Whyne has served as a full time lecturer at the Edna Manley College - School of Music since September 2018. She teaches in the Music Education Department as well as other courses such as vocal skills, choral techniques and aural and sight singing. Trevelle has been an educator since 2009 working at various schools and engaging students in music festivals, gaining national awards and even most outstanding teacher. She holds a Diploma in Education from The Mico University College in music education and library studies. Additionally a Bachelor's degree in Music Education from the Edna Manley College school of music and is completing her Master's in Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of the West Indies.

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