Former Jamaican television personality excels in Canada

Naomi Cowan after departing Jamaica a few years ago to pursue tertiary studies overseas, continues to excel in the field of Television and Radio in Canada.


Former television personality and Miss Teen Jamaica 2004, Naomi Cowan after departing Jamaica a few years ago to pursue tertiary studies overseas, continues to excel in the field of Television and Radio in Canada. Naomi, the daughter of gospel stars Dr. Minister Carlene Davis and Tommy Cowan and a past student of Campion College moved to Toronto in 2006 and enrolled at the Ryerson University.

In June 2010 she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television broadcasting with a minor in law. During her tenure at Ryerson Naomi was determined at proving she was serious about her career, her place at Ryerson and had a clear vision of where she wanted to go in life. She received two leadership awards in her graduating year; The Dennis Mock Leadership Award & the Student Services Leadership Award.

During her years at Ryerson, she served in varying and ever-increasing leadership roles in student government.
She continued her involvement with the students union and was elected by members of her faculty as Director for the Faculty of Communication and Design on the Ryerson Students Union board of directors. She followed that achievement with a successful run at the University-wide Board of Governors election where she obtained one of three student seats available. Within two years she held key positions in two of the largest decision making bodies at Ryerson. In her elected year she was also successful in gaining the position of Vice President of Public Relations for the West Indian Students Association.

The summer of 2009 was very busy for Naomi following her selection as an official spokesperson for the Scotiabank Caribana Festival. The festival is North America

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