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Bright smiles from United Students Movement (USM) President of the Montego Bay campus, at a job well done and the many accolades that has been attached to the name, that is Kimone Patrice Anderson.


|Akeelia Hamilton

MONTEGO BAY, NCU- Kimone Patrice Anderson, past student of the Herbert Morrison Technical High and a senior year student of the Northern Caribbean University pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Social Work aims high at setting academic and social standards for young and future college students.

Pioneered by the popular scriptures Philippians 4:13 and Timothy 4:12 she serves in many capacities inside and outside of school. She participates actively in: The Dendrobium Pathfinder and Adventurer Clubs as Drill Instructor (King’s Seventh Adventist) and Secretary on the St. James Drill Squad. She also serves her community through involvement with the iServe, an outreach program from the Northern Caribbean University through social workers. Anderson mentioned that her motivators/mentors range from her parents, grandparents, friends, to members of her church.

When asked what makes her such an all-rounded student Anderson mentioned that “Ellen G. White in the book Education says that “true education is more than the pursuant of certain course of study… it is the harmonious development of the mental, and the spiritual powers,” and that is what I strive for on a daily basis as well as what I have been taught from a little girl.” Anderson also made mention to cultivating many of the skills possessed today (Public speaking and a number of other soft skills) inside of her home church. Through the extensive activities Anderson is involved in and around church “Pathfinders Clubs, Camporees, Jamborees, Bible classes, Adventist youths, I began the process of True Education without recognizing the impact it would have on my life,” she mentioned.

When asked about her rewards and awards Anderson remembers as far back as 2008, Adventurer Girl of the year award, to the most recent: NCU Academic Excellence Award- Magna Cum Laude (2017-2018). Though her years had been decorated with continuous hard work and simultaneous rewards, humbly, Anderson reflects on her greatest achievement as giving her life to the Lord in 2015.

As such a well-rounded and involved individual she gives advice to admirers and youngsters who’d like to be like Kimone: “Don’t be like Kimone Anderson because I am human and no human is perfect as we all have sinned and come short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). Be like Christ, he is the perfect example of who to be. That is who I strive to be like, and you should too!” It is this same attitude that Anderson possesses that will aid in the continuous pursuant of True Education at the Northern Caribbean University.

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