Keshan Latchman is currently enrolled in the Masters of Science Clinical Psychology Programme at The University of the West Indies (UWI). He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology with a minor in Gender and Development Studies from the UWI and a Post Graduate Certificate in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology from the Chicago school of Professional Psychology.
He is the Co-Founder of an NGO: Conscious SOULdiers which aims to empower persons of increased vulnerabilities within society including women, children, youth, and persons with mental illness. He is currently a Clinical Psychology Junior Associate at The Center for Human Development and the Editorial Assistant for the Caribbean Journal of International Relations and Diplomacy at the Institute of International Relations. He has been practicing meditation for over fifteen years and teaches
Keshan, currently works at The Centre for Human Development Ltd (TCHD) as the In-take Co- ordinate and has worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Gender and Development Studies at The University of the West Indies, on several projects including: Breaking the Silence: child sexual abuse and it’s implication on HIV/ AIDS; & Gender, Sexuality and implications on the spread of HIV/ AIDS. He is a member of the Global Youth Network for the United Nations UNiTE campaign to end violence against women and girls, and has participated in the Expert Group Meeting for the 2013 UN Commission on the Status of Women.