ABOUT THE BOOK
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Desmond Narain Doulatram
Desmond Narain Doulatram obtained his Bachelors in Science in Social Science with an emphasis in Pre-Law from Southwestern Adventist University (SWAU). Subsequently, he worked at the Office of Environmental Planning & Policy Coordination now called the RMI Climate Change Directorate under the Office of the President.
He then worked at Marshall Islands High School under the Ministry of Education before obtaining his Masters in Arts Degree in Asia-Pacific Studies with a Social Science and Humanities concentration from the University of San Francisco. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Pacific Studies at the University of the South Pacific (USP).
He has also obtained a Professional Certificate in Online Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Presently, he is employed as a Social Science Instructor and is the Co-Chair at the College of the Marshall Islands (CMI) Liberal Arts Department where he teaches and has taught Contemporary Social Issues in Micronesia, Issues in Pacific Studies,World History II, Introduction to Sociology, Upward Bound Creative Writing and Fundamentals of Speech.
In addition to his teaching responsibilities at CMI, he is and has been a member of the Curriculum Committee, Learning Support Committee, Executive Council, Enrollment Management Committee, Institutional Review Board, and Social Justice Taskforce. Additionally, he also serves as a National Board Member for the Marshall Islands Public School System (PSS) representing the interests of Parents & Guardians. He is also a Co-founder to two NGOs being Jo-JiKuM (Jodrikdrik in Jipan ene eo Ekutok Maroro) translated as Youths for a Greener RMI that deals with issues related to environmentalism and REACH-MI (Radiation Exposure Awareness Crusaders for Humanity-Marshall Islands) which deals with the nuclear issue.