Schools Basic School and links to the Baptist Church Refer JBSF website
I have started many projects from I joined Facebook after coming back from my Family Reunion in 2009 and started working at Westminster Children Society (WCS) now London Early Years Foundation (LEYF). I set up my website https://www.myvision.org.uk and was publishing on G+ with www.adwords.google.com from 2012. The CEO of LEYF June O’Sullivan sent memo for employees to join social media to contribute to her Blog in 2012. I joined LinkedIn and added colleagues and was an influencer on the Nursery World Forum. For the reader to get the full understanding of the miscarriages of justices that changed my life, I will focus on my resignation from Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust with a nervous breakdown after the death of my brother Walford BYRON Alburney NEMBHARD with colon cancer. As an early years practitioner who developed the listening ethos based on studies with the Open University 2004-2010, I am privilege to have been a Basic School Teacher where the foundation was laid for my passion developing as a graduate of Lambeth College 1997-1999 and the Open University 2009.
I am grateful to the parents from Mapother House Day Nursery who gave me references for my contributions working in partnerships from 2003-2008. No one can take my accolades about my achievements, although much have been done to ruin my career and destroy my reputation by Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust with friends in high places. I was a participant in Dr Maria Hudson’s Research Paper www.acas.org.uk/researchpapers “The Experience of Multiple Discrimination”. I was interviewed by Dr Hudson in my home in 2010 whilst employed at LEYF. There is no way I can believe and come to terms with how LEYF set about to discriminate against me after the death of my mother. However, the Judiciary of England and Wales, the Criminal Justice System and Crown Prosecution Service are complicit in the discrimination of Mervelee Myers. Please refer to Labour MP David Lammy Review of Racial Bias and BAME representation in the Criminal Justice System. A review to consider the treatment of, outcomes of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Individuals within the Criminal Justice System (CJS) in England and Wales. 16 November 2016. Cc: Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice. I must refer to the Rev Joe Aldred who targeted me on Facebook to say discrimination is also how they Rule and Divide us.
I am proud to claim I was part of the Townhead Basic School Teachers team alongside Candy and Evelyn before I left Jamaica. I am proud to see the good work that my colleagues continue in moulding the lives of the future generation over the years.