Gregory Lloyd Prince Educational Foundation (GLPEF) is an independent charitable entity that is funded solely by the earnings of its founders. It was established in November 2010 to motivate students of the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of education. The Foundation's motto—EDUCATION: Enlightens, Inspires, Transforms; posits that education is the key to unlock the potential of students to achieve, and hence they will be able to provide greater levels of service to build a society.
The next generation of leaders requires all the educational support they can get to position themselves for effective contribution. The GLPEF through its founders believes in the value of investing in students, and therefore, has been offering scholarships (tuition support) and other awards to scholars at selected institutions.
Founder and Chairman: Gregory Prince is an author (See "The Author & The Books" pages). He earned his Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees at the University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Ja.); and the University of the West Indies (UWI), respectively. Based on the experiences of his life, he believes in giving back, especially in the area of education, in promoting academic pursuits and motivating students to aspire for excellence.
Co-founder and Director: Dr. Nadine Freeman-Prince is a lecturer. She earned her Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees at UTech, Ja.; and the UWI, respectively. Thereafter, she completed her Doctoral Studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada. She believes that education is the backbone of developed societies, and has been actively supporting initiatives outside of the lecture theatre to advance the lives of learners, who will become leaders of the next generation.
Director: Michelle Prince has been involved in foreign affairs and foreign trade for many years. She earned her Undergraduate Degree at the Northern Caribbean University. Her contribution to the Gregory Lloyd Prince Educational Foundation over the years has been exceptional. Since formalizing her status as a director of the foundation in 2019, her contribution has remained vital in serving the educational pursuits of students.