JaVA Appoints Roy Taylor as Technical Director

KINGSTON, Jamaica, April 30, 2024.- The Jamaican Volleyball Association (JaVA) is excited to announce the appointed of Roy Taylor as its Technical Director, confident that his leadership will propel the Association to new heights in the ever-evolving landscape of volleyball.

Roy Taylor is a Senior Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, Justice of the Peace, and a FIVB Level 3 Coach. He was the former Head Coach of Kingston Technical High School, Lakers Volleyball Club, MOSA Volleyball Club, Mico College (now Mico University College), University of the West Indies, former volleyball lecturer at the GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sports and has worked with several senior and junior national programs from as far back as 1988.

 JaVA President, Jacqueline Cowan explained that the role of Technical Director is not new to Taylor,  “he held the position during the administration of former President Warrenton Dixon and was instrumental in the development and implementation of the Association’s Primary School’s Competition”.

 In his role, Taylor will be responsible for leading technical projects, driving innovation, and ensuring the alignment of technical strategies with the overall volleyball development initiatives at all levels.

 “With a proven track record of success in volleyball, Taylor is well positioned to guide our national programs toward continued excellence and growth”, stated Audley Weir, JaVA General Secretary.