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hemissionH.E. Menissa Rambally

Menissa Rambally was appointed as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary  and Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United Nations in May 2012. Prior to her assignment in New York, Ambassador Rambally was Advisor to the Government of Saint Lucia since the re-election of the Labour Administration in December 2011.

Menissa Rambally can be considered a veteran of Saint Lucian and Caribbean politics. She has been to almost every peak of political endeavour, serving her Island as an elected Member of the Legislative Assembly, a Minister of Government, a Member of her Political Party’s Executive Council, a crusading speaker on issues impacting quality of life across the Caribbean and a Political Consultant and Social Policy Adviser to Governments and Organizations throughout the wider Caribbean Region.

Ambassador Rambally re-wrote the pages of Caribbean history when she was first elected to the Saint Lucia Parliament in 1997 at age 21; making her the youngest elected Member of Parliament throughout the English speaking Commonwealth in this Century. Three years later, she went on to become the youngest person in contemporary Caribbean politics to hold full Ministerial office.

For two years, she presided over the number one driving force behind the growth of the Saint Lucian economy when she served as Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation in 2000-2001. Later, She navigated the path of development when she served as Minister of Social Transformation, Local Government and Culture for the period 2001-2006.

Between 1997 and 1999, she served as a Member of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Government of Saint Lucia; was Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation; Acting Minister of Health, Gender Relations and Family Affairs; Acting Minister of Education, Human Resource Development, Youth and Sports; and served as Acting Minister for Commerce, Industry and Consumer Affairs.

She worked full-time in the wider Caribbean Region between 2007 -2011  Ambassador Rambally worked full-time in the wider Caribbean Region between 2007 -2011, where she served as Political Consultant and Social Policy Advisor to several Governments and Political Organizations.

Ambassador Rambally has been a public speaker throughout the Caribbean Region on issues of Social Development, particularly, issues impacting quality of life across the Caribbean, the advancement of Women and Youth Empowerment.

Born January 16, 1976 and educated in the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago in Business Studies. Ambassador Rambally has spent much of her Career in public service and looks forward to continued service on behalf of her homeland Saint Lucia, the people of the wider Caribbean Region and beyond.

CONTACT:

Tel: (212) 697 9360

Fax: (212) 697 4993

Email: menissa.rambally@gosl.gov.lc | menissa.rambally@stluciamission.org

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Michelle Joseph

michelleAdvisor, Permanent Mission of Saint Lucia to the United Nations

 

CONTACT:

Tel: (212) 697 9360

Fax: (212) 697 4993

Email: micchel123@aol.com

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Kimberly K. Louis

kimberlyFirst Secretary, Permanent Mission of Saint Lucia to the United Nations

 

CONTACT:

Tel: (212) 697 9360

Fax: (212) 697 4993

Email: kilouis@gosl.gov.lc

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Maria Jean Baptiste

mariaSecond Secretary, Permanent Mission of Saint Lucia to the United Nations

 

CONTACT:

Tel: (212) 697 9360

Fax: (212) 697 4993

Email: mjnbaptiste@gosl.gov.lc

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Marva Deterville

marvaAdministrative Attaché, Permanent Mission of Saint Lucia to the United Nations

 

CONTACT:

Tel: (212) 697 9360

Fax: (212) 697 4993

Email: mdeterville@gosl.gov.lc

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Mekaj Daniel

mekajAdministrative Aide, Permanent Mission of Saint Lucia to the United Nations

 

CONTACT:

Tel: (212) 697 9360

Fax: (212) 697 4993

Email: mtdaniel@gosl.gov.lc