Dec 18, 2012
Last Online
12 hrs ago
Diamond Member
Since May 25, 2013 Coach

CM and WIM with WGM norm, x4 Olympian and youngest ever National Woman Champion of Jamaica. I went through the plateau phase myself, I can teach you how to get out of it too.

After gaining my WFM and CM titles in 2015, I hit my plateau. Over the course of 4 years I tried earning the WIM title, but instead I ended up with 4 WIM norms and winning the WFM title 9 times. It was frustrating, and I tried every method to reach the next stage, until I finally found one that works. Afterwards, in 2019, I gained the WIM title along with a WGM norm and I almost won the FM title at the same time. Now I want to share this method with my students so that they can get out of the plateau phase too.

I am a 20 year old student currently attending Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. I am originally from Jamaica, but I have been playing chess in Canada for the past 6 years. Outside of training and teaching, I manage "Chess and Health", an organization that teaches chess to hospital patients to improve their cognitive health.

My rate is $20 USD / $27 CAD per hour. If you are interested in receiving lessons, email me at or message me on or LinkedIn.  

Playing Experience 

- Named in an article by the International Chess Federation as one of the best young players in the Americas ( (2020)
- Best over the board win against a 2224 FIDE rated player from the US (2019)
- Represented Jamaica at the World Chess Olympiad 4 times (2014, 2016, 2018, 2020)
- Caribbean and Central American Under 20 Female Chess Champion (2019 to present)
- #1 active female player from Jamaica (2018 to present)

- First ever player in the English speaking Caribbean to earn a male dominated title (2015)
- Panamerican Scholastic Under 15 Female Chess Champion (2014)
- Youngest ever National Woman Champion of Jamaica (2014)