Pansy Marshall was born in Georgetown and educated at Bedford Methodist, and Bishops’ High schools. She then attended UWI (Jamaica), and Howard University (Washington DC). She has taught Mathematics and Physics at Dunbar High, GTI, UG, UDC, and Bowie State U. Recently retired, she tutors privately and also co-owned the Pepperpot Restaurant in Maryland. Recently she has immersed herself in philanthropy. You can all help to turn her passion into a great success.
This is a small republic in South America between Venezuela and Suriname and next to Brazilwith a population of about 500,000.It is a verdant and picturesque country with many rivers.The Atlantic Ocean provides cooling breezes in this tropical “paradise”.
The capital Georgetown has suffered many incidents of flooding in recent years because of the aging infrastructure. Poverty is rampant and jobs are few. However, it is still a wonderful place to visit with charming people and delicious food.