Tamoy Campbell is a final year law student at the UWI Mona, Faculty of Law, where she also serves as the President of the Mona Law Society and UWI Guild Faculty of Law Representative 2021 2022. Tamoy is also an experienced writer who values fact-based research, junior policy analyst for a Senator, National Youth Parliamentarian- all of which gives her the opportunity to delve further into the law, propose changes through articles, position papers and other advocacy-related endeavours.
Beyond her avid love for the law, is her penchant for media and events. This translates into being a Radio Host for Talk Up Yout Radio, Event Host/Moderator and Producer for Jamaica Live with Hon. Bruce Golding. Furthermore, Tamoy has a desire to transform the educational sector of Jamaica, as such she has begun the innovating educational solutions for students and teachers and currently tutors Remedial English and CAPE Literature.
For January- July 2021 she tutored remedial English to students (adults and youth) in the Duhaney Park Community and currently tutors CAPE Literature since the start of the pandemic, spanning over 70 students from Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago. She is also an active debater, public speaker, mooter and youth delegate, having copped several awards and represented the country, university both locally and internationally especially at Harvard National Model UN Competition in 2020 and 2021, where she won the second highest award of Most Outstanding Delegate and in Feb 2022, she won the highest award in the competition, Best Delegate.
Her extracurricular commitments are equally balanced with academic achievements, having been an awardee on the Deans List and now the Mona Law Alumni Award.
Of her most recent accomplishments are being the recipient of the Governor General’s Achievement Award and the JCDC Ms Kingston and St Andrew Festival Queen 2021.