2014: Caribbean Leadership Programme
2006-2007: Participated in "Hubert Humphrey Fellowship" Programme & studied Public Policy and Policy Analysis- Michigan State University
2000-2001: MSc in Tourism Policy and Management- University of Birmingham, UK
1994-1997: Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management- Mount Saint Vincent University, Canada
1989-1990: Associate Degree in Hospitality and Tourism- Barbados Community College
1984-1985: Certificate in Teacher Education- University of the West Indies
1981-1983: National Inservice Teacher Education Certificate, Grenada Teachers College
Ms. Frederick began her career in Public Service in January 1981 as a teacher at the Boca Junior Secondary School which later became the Boca Secondary School. She became a qualified teacher by 1985 having completed the National Inservice Teacher Education Programme (NISTEP) and the University of the West Indies Teacher Education Programme. After completing an Associate Degree in Tourism and Hospitality, she was transferred to the Hospitality Division of the Grenada National College, which later became the T.A. Marryshow Community College (TAMCC).
While there as an Instructor, Ms. Frederick was awarded a Scholarship by the Commonwealth Secretariat, UK, in 1994 to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management at Mount Saint Vincent University in Nova Scotia, Canada. On her return in 1997, Ms. Frederick became a Lecturer in the Hospitality Division at TAMCC, and later became Dean of the Technical Division which included the Hospitality Division.
In 1998 Ms. Frederick was transferred to the Ministry of Tourism as Technical Officer, with responsibility for product development and represented the Ministry in meetings, workshops and seminars at the local and Regional level. On completion of her Master’s Degree in 2001, Ms. Frederick became the Senior Technical Officer and contributed to tourism policy formulation, product development and worked closely and other Government Ministries, Departments and Statutory Bodies on developing the tourism product.
In 2006, Ms. Frederick began acting as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism. She continued acting as Permanent Secretary in other Government Ministries such as Sports, Agriculture, Housing, Works, Social Development, at different periods, until confirmation in 2015. Ms. Frederick is well-traveled, friendly, hardworking and encourages her staff to upgrade themselves academically.