Christine A. Curry
The Grenada Goat Dairy Project, Inc. (The Goat Dairy) is led by one of the original founders, Christine A. Curry who developed and managed The Goat Dairy project, an education/demonstration facility under the nonprofit organization, The Grenada Project. She has developed program initiatives for more than ten years. She has served in the veterinary health field and social science field and as an educator, technician, program developer and adviser for nonprofit activities and similar programs for the past 25 years. Christine A. Curry has directed partnerships with a diverse group of education based community organizations serving Grenada. Christine A. Curry also co-founded “Marvet” an international marine veterinary conservation medicine workshop. www.marvet.org. She developed and coordinated this well-attended annual symposium in a non-profit fashion, featuring leading veterinarians and facilities. Christine has successfully led The Goat Dairy project for the past 5 years in serving lower income individuals and farmers in Grenada and has developed a well received program, and quality goat dairy products for the local market, to help sustain the operational expenses of The Goat Dairy.
Ferron C. Lowe
Ferron currently serves as the Vice President/Director of Finance. He is a partner at Ciboney Chambers Law Firm. He received a Bachelors in Law & Politics from Carleton University, in Ottawa and completed his LLB at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Cavehill. He earned his Legal Education Certificate at the Normal Manley Law School in Jamaica. He also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma from the Institute for International Relations UWI, St.Augustine. Ferron is a vegetable and cocoa farmer and a member of the Board of Directors for several Grenadian and regionally-based companies and non-profit organizations namely: WINFRESH (the Agri-business co-owned by the Windward Island governments), ART (the Agency for Rural Transformation) and GAFY (Grenada Agriculture Forum for Youth). He is the policy advisor to the Minister of Agriculture in Grenada and is amember of the Advisory Board for the GSPCA (Grenada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
Malaika currently serves as the Secretary/Director of Public Relations. She has spent her life between Grenada and the United States. Having experience living and working in both countries she is committed to the effort to move our societies to more mindful holistic living that is healthier for our bodies and our planet. Malaika is co-founder and managing director of the Spice Harmony Yoga Studio. She also co-founded the Groundation Grenada Action Collective. Malaika holds a Bachelors Degree in Studio Art from Smith College, Massachusetts. She is currently in the research phase of her Masters Degree in Cultural Studies through The University of the West Indies. Her experience in the field of education and her undergraduate qualifications in visual media, photography and film, provide her with the public relation tools to connect with communities in order to assess their needs as well as raise awareness.
Anna is a member of the Board of Directors and also an employee of The Goat Dairy. She is the supervisor of the dairy processing room. She receives annual training with animal husbandry and dairy processing safety standards by our USDA certified Goat Dairy trainer/reviewer, Ann Starbard. Anna holds an Associate Degree in Food and Beverage Operations from T.A. Marryshow Community College. She is currently working on a Bachelors Degree in Management Studies through the University of The West Indies Open Campus.
Anderson is a member of the Board of Directors and also an employee of The Goat Dairy. He is the supervisor of the goat house. He receives annual training with animal husbandry and dairy processing safety standards by our USDA certified Goat Dairy trainer/reviewer, Ann Starbard.