top of page
Assemblyman Marslyn Melville-Jack
Secretary of Community Development Enterprise Development and Labour
Area Representative Scarborough/Calder Hall

Assemblyman Marslyn Melville-Jack is a resident of Calder Hall. She attended the Scarborough Methodist Primary School and later Bishop’s High School, Tobago. Her working career spans over thirty (30) years in Education. Her career in teaching began in 1977 and she progressed in various positions at Primary and Secondary level from a Teacher to Principal of Mason Hall Secondary School.


She obtained her Teacher’s Diploma from Valsayn Teachers’ College in 1982. She later obtained a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Computer Science and Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Mathematics from Coppin State College, Baltimore, United States of America. Mrs. Melville-Jack further went on to earn a Master of Arts (MA) in the Teaching of Mathematics from the University of Florida, United States of America and a Master of Arts (MA) in Educational Administration from The University West Indies, Jamaica.


In 2005, she served as a Part-Time Lecturer on the Bachelor Education Programme of the Tobago Campus, University of the West Indies, and in 2007, she was appointed to serve as a School-Based Management Facilitator - Division of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport of the Tobago House of Assembly. In 2015 to 2016 she was appointed a Member of the Board of Governors of the University of Trinidad and Tobago.


She joined the People’s National Movement in 2001 and she has worked assiduously in the Scarborough/Calder Hall Electoral Area. She served as Chairman of her Party Group for seven (7) year and Public Relations Officer of Calder Hall Improvement Committee for two (2) years. In the community, she has been involved in the shaping of young minds as a Sunday School Teacher and as a youth Advisor/Worship Leader of the Scarborough Evangelical Church.


Mrs. Melville-Jack is now sitting in the Tobago House of Assembly as the Area Representative for Scarborough/Calder Hall and is the Secretary for Community Development Enterprise Development and Labour. 

bottom of page