Constituency #8 – Ottleys/Cayon to St. Peters, and Half Moon Bay
CARING | COMPETENT | COURAGEOUS
Dr. Drew Cares For You
Dr. Terrance Michael Drew was selected as the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party candidate for St. Christopher #8 which includes his home parish St. Peter’s. He was educated at the Deane- Glassford Primary School and went on to Basseterre Junior High and Basseterre Senior High schools before graduating from the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College in 1996.
At 19, Dr. Drew was a part time teacher at the Basseterre High School where he taught Physics and Mathematics. In 1998, he went to Cuba to study Medicine where he graduated with first class Honors from Institute Superior De Ciencas Medicas in Santa Clara, Cuba. Dr. Drew returned to St Kitts and worked as a general practitioner at the Joseph N. France General Hospital and also from his private office.
In 2010, Dr. Drew went to the US to study Internal Medicine at the Paul Foster School of Medicine and graduated in June 2013 as a member of the American College of Medicine and American Medical Association. From 2005 to 2006, Dr. Drew served as a medical intern at the Joseph N. France General Hospital and completed rotations in Internal Medicine, General surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Emergency Care and Community Medicine. He also worked as a House Officer from 2006 to 2007 and from 2007 to 2010 Dr. Drew was employed with the Ministry of Health as a District Medical Officer.
Dr Drew actively participates in the community sports area helping young people in football and basketball keep active and healthily.
Dr Drew’s transition into politics is a natural extension of his commitment to service and the well-being of the people of Constituency #8. With a clear vision of advancement and enhancement, Dr Drew will continue to seek new opportunities for the development of the people of his constituency and the Federation as a whole.
The motto of the St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party “For The Good That We Can Do” is at the core of his political aspirations.
"In every sector of this country, Labour has built its foundation."
The Record shows that St. Kitts and Nevis is where it is today because of the commitment and ingenuity of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party."In every sector of this country, Labour has built its foundation."Dr. Terrance DrewSKNLP Chairman & Candidate for Constituency No. 8Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Tuesday, September 10, 2019
The citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis should be able to scrutinize and inspect the work of the government. This remains a challenge, as the government of Timothy Harris is not one that is transparent and open.
The citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis should be able to scrutinize and inspect the work of the government. This remains a challenge, as the government of Timothy Harris is not one that is transparent and open. Any good government must provide sound and honest information to the people, and must consult with the people and include them in discussions before decisions are taken and laws and regulations are passed.Dr. Terrance Drew Freedom Fm- SKNLP IssuesJuly 10th 2019Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Monday, July 15, 2019
Constituency #7 – Belle Vue to Ottleys
RESPECTFUL, RESILIENT, RELATABLE
People Over Politics
Leon Natta-Nelson was born and has lived in Molineux, Constituency Seven all his life.
He is the second child of both his parents. He attended the Molineux Primary School (now the Joshua Obadiah Williams Primary School), then he moved on to the Cayon High School. Leon attended the St. Kitts Business College which was founded and operated by the late Washington Archibald before he attended the CUNY Medgar Evers Campus where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.
Leon has always been a community man. He has organized several community events in sport and community development. The first basketball league which was held in Molineux, the Eastern Football League, and the Bush Football League in Ottley’s were organized by Leon. Mr. Leon Natta-Nelson not only organized these sporting events, he also played and represented his community team. He also was a member of the St. Kitt-Nevis National Basketball youth team.
Leon has always made himself available to his fellow villagers. He has assisted various people in their business endeavors and motivated many young people in their college and career decisions.
At a very young age, Leon was exposed to politics. He understood very early that political involvement means service to God and country. He has always been a staunch supporter of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) which he recognizes as a significant and invaluable contributor to the development of our Federation and its people. Leon believes that the SKNLP has been the helping hand his constituency has always needed. He is confident that Labour has provided the opportunities that have empowered him and many other youth of St. Kitts and Nevis.
Leon Natta-Nelson is a true community man and a true leader. He stands ready to rebuild the image, the infrastructure and indomitable spirit that defines our country, St. Kitts and Nevis, and his constituency. He is a stalwart who stands up for truth, for justice and for liberty.
The St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party NextGen SKN team is the only sollution to revive the Federation to its glory ...and more!
The St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party NextGen SKN team is the only sollution to revive the Federation to its glory ...and more!#NEXTGENSKNPosted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Friday, September 6, 2019
Presentation by Mr. Leon Natta-Nelson at his official launch as the SKNLP's Candidate for Constituency No. 7 in the next general elections
Presentation by Mr. Leon Natta-Nelson at his official launch as the SKNLP's Candidate for Constituency No. 7 in the next general elections.Saturday 22nd June 2019Ottley's Playing FieldPosted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Constituency #6 – Newton Ground to Harrises
VISIONARY, VIGILANT, VALIANT
Humble, Selfless Service
Dr. the Rt. Hon. Denzil Llewellyn Douglas is one of the most accomplished and distinguished statesmen to have served as Prime Minister within the Caribbean Region. Sworn in as the Second Prime Minister of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis immediately following the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party’s impressive election victory in July 1995, Dr. Douglas has made history by being the first Caribbean Leader to have served four consecutive terms in the highest office of his country as Prime Minister.
The Rt. Honourable Dr. Denzil Douglas, affectionately known as “Dougie”, has an unblemished record of service to the people of St. Kitts and Nevis and with his unique brand of leadership has tirelessly provided progressive contributions to his country, the Caribbean region and the world. He presently serves as Leader of the Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition of the Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis, however, as Prime Minister, Dr. Douglas and his administration has been responsible for taking St. Kitts and Nevis from a position of backwardness and insignificance to the number one economy within the OECS region by 2014.
Under the steady and capable leadership of Dr. Douglas and the astute and innovative policies of the former Labour administration, St. Kitts and Nevis was able to achieve dramatic social and economic transformation and modernization that took the people of St. Kitts and Nevis to unprecedented levels of prosperity and improved standards of living.
Such innovative policies included:
- The rebranding of the Citizenship by Investment programme into a platinum, global brand;
- The pioneering of a second Housing and Education Revolution;
- Transformation of the Tourism industry through increased airlift and construction of new hotels;
- Fiscal consolidation that resulted in the national debt being slashed in half from 189% of GDP to 78% of GDP;
- The return of the economy to robust growth of 7% for 2013 and 2014 and being the first country within the Caribbean to recover from the impacts of the global economic and financial crisis in just three years.
During his twenty years in office, Dr. Douglas served as the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) spokesperson on HIV/AIDS, Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) and other health related matters in the CARICOM quasi-Cabinet. He also played an active leadership role in many regional and international organisations such as:
- Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS)
- Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB)
- Caribbean Community (CARICOM)
- Caribbean Development Bank (CDB)
- Association of Caribbean States (ACS)
- Organisation of American States (OAS)
- International Monetary Fund (IMF)
- World Bank
- United Nations
- Small States Forum of the World Bank
Dr. Douglas is a founding member of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). Along with being praised by former United States Presidents George H.W. Bush and Robert “Bill” Clinton for his leadership role in the fight against HIV/AIDS, he was also the recipient of many regional and international awards including but not limited to:
- The Ghandi-King-Ikeda Peace Award
- The “Legacy Award” from the American Foundation of the University of the West Indies in New York;
- The Order of Brilliant Star with Special Grand Cordon from the Republic of China on Taiwan
- The Order of the Liberator (First Class) from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela;
- The Global Award at the 15th Annual Trumpet Awards at the Bellagio, Las Vegas, Nevada.
- The 2013 South-South Award for Renewable Energy Innovation and Information Communication Technology.
Dr. Douglas has served the people of Newton Ground, St. Paul’s, Parson’s Village, Lynches, Pogson, Saddlers and Harris’ with dedication and commitment. Once given a fresh mandate from the people of Constituency #6 Dr. Douglas will provide transitional leadership to the NextGen SKN team of representatives to take St. Kitts and Nevis to new heights of peace, progress and prosperity.
Constituency #5 – Sandy Point, Fig Tree and La Valle
FRIENDLY, FEARLESS, FORMIDABLE
What For Me For You
Like a true Sandy Pointer, Kenneth ‘Kenny’ Douglas is very proud of his community and the very rich history and traditions of which it boasts.
The last of fifteen children, Kenny was born on February 11th, 1975. He was raised by the community of Sandy Point and has dedicated his life to the advancement of his community Sandy Point, Fig Tree and La Vallee.
Kenny was educated at the Sandy Point Primary School and the Sandy Point High School.
From a very young age, Kenny had a knack for sports, youth development, and education. This prompted his decision to pursue a career in teaching and physical education, which he did right out of high school in 1994.
Kenny has spent a total of 24 years as a teacher at various schools including the Dieppe Bay Primary, Washington Archibald High and Charles E Mills Secondary schools. He provided leadership in the sports programmes at these institutions and helped those schools advance tremendously through sports.
Kenny is a firm believer that education and sports are two avenues to deliver solutions to many social ills plaguing his community and St. Kitts and Nevis. He wants to help fight crime and poverty. He often proclaims that children are the future, education is the best way out of poverty, and involvement in sports is one of the best ways to keep yourself occupied.
This belief guided Kenny through his many endeavors as a coach at the primary school, secondary school and at the national levels.
His zeal and success as a Teacher and Head Coach led Kenny to a scholarship opportunity in Cuba where he was given the opportunity to pursue and complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and Sports with a concentration in Physiotherapy.
Kenny’s stint in Cuba saw him as a representative of his people and fellow students studying in Cuba at the time. His efforts and work as a student-leader prompted the government of St. Kitts and Nevis to open an embassy in Cuba and place Kenny as the resident Ambassador there.
Kenny is known around the Federation for his involvement in sports as a trainer, coach, physiotherapist and much more. Kenny loves to assists, and he loves to serve people with honesty and persistence to achieve positive results.
His love for people and his desire to assist them in advancing motivated him to take the bold step as the candidate for constituency No. 5 for the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party.
Kenny believes that the people of Sandy Point, Fig Tree, and La Valle deserve much better representation than they are getting today. Through the lenses of his humble beginnings, he pledges to make Constituency No. 5 the best place in St. Kitts and Nevis to live.
Kenny believes that the same opportunities afforded to him and others should be afforded to everyone.
He aspires to make available more affordable housing to the neediest young men and women within the Federation, as well as to launch an improved education initiative that will provide greater assistance to students. Kenny has committed himself to creating good-paying jobs and youth programs that would bring about positive development in Sandy Point and St. Kitts-Nevis, develop a Pro-Poor Investment Project to change the quality of life of the poor and ordinary people in Sandy Point, Fig Tree, La Valle and St. Kitts, and invest heavily into the local sporting sector.
What is for Kenny is for all the people of Sandy point, Fig Tree and La Vallee.
H.E. Kenny Douglas highlights the failures of this government with regard to the young people of St. Kitts and Nevis.
H.E. Kenny Douglas highlights the failures of this government with regard to the young people of St. Kitts and Nevis. "There are no opportunities to build up our young people for them to be masters of their own destiny!"Young people are asking for change!Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Monday, December 2, 2019
Kittitian and Nevisians living abroad have expressed fear of returning home
Kittitian and Nevisians living abroad have expressed fear of returning home because of the state of the health sector, lack of opportunities and rampant victimization and nepotism by the Timothy Harris-led government.This is not the St. Kitts and Nevis they once knew, and they are determined to do something about it!Timothy Harris and this government must go!Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Thursday, November 14, 2019
Victimization from the Unity Government
It's time to end Unity's reign of victimization.Too many of our civil servants are crying out against the victimization from the Unity government. I can surely empathize with you. #ChangetheChange#VoteLabour#NextGenSKN#RedandReadyPosted by SKNLP Constituency #5 on Thursday, November 14, 2019
Constituency #4 – Challengers to New Guinea
THOUGHTFUL, TACTFUL, TENACIOUS
Steve for Sure in #4
Ambassador Steve Wrensford was born and raised in Middle Island, home of Sir Lee Lewellyn Moore, a stalwart in the Labour Movement and his childhood idol.
Wrensford attended both the St. Paul’s All-Age and the Verchild’s All-Age Schools. Upon graduating he attended the Basseterre High School on Burdon Street. For a short while Wrensford followed in his mother’s footsteps and worked as a substitute teacher at the Sandy Point Primary School. He later moved on to work at the St. Kitts Electricity Department. Wrensford’s career path later led him to the National Agricultural Corporation, NACO where he worked from 1974 until 1985, when he was terminated by the People’s Action Movement for exercising his right to Freedom of Association and Freedom of Speech.
After this demise he decided to pursue his studies at the University of the Virgin Island’s in St. Thomas in January 1986 where he acquired a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Management and Master’s in Business Administration.
Ambassador Wrensford’s interest in politics began at a very early age. His family has been deeply involved in political affairs throughout the years. Lillian Dore, his grandmother was very instrumental in Bradshaw’s campaign.
Wrensford and his siblings joined the Young Labour Movement at the tender age of 12 and eventually elevated to the President of Young Labour in Constituency #4 from 1980-1986. He later was appointed Chairman of the Constituency #4 Labour Branch 1984-1986. He again assumed the role of Chairmain of the Constituency #4 Labour Branch in 1996 when he returned home from his studies.
Ambassador Wrensford is all about the development of the people, especially within his constituency. He admired the Labour Movement and Sir Lee Moore’s belief, that if you empower the people you enhance the country. Poverty alleviation has always been a cause dear to his heart. He has always held the view that “If the government can provide sufficient jobs or empower persons to start their own business in an effort to raise their economic status, it will not only be beneficial for them, but also beneficial towards the advancement of the country”. Wanting to bring further appeal and to market his constituency, Wrensford established the M.I. City Festival which ran around the same time as the festival now known as Guy Fest.
He is a cricket enthusiast and has an insatiable thirst for football. Ambassador Wrensford established the first football association competition in Constituency 4. He also organized the first ever island wide volleyball competition in the 1980’s. While studying in St. Thomas, he was the captain of the cricket team, called the MI Rock Masters for three (3) years. The Rock Masters dominated the cricket league becoming champion for those three (3) years. He was also the president of the St. Thomas Football Association. In addition to these, he was also the captain of the UVI Cricket Team and Secretary of the St. Thomas Cricket Association and a member of the Leeward Islands Football Association.
He returned to the federation in April 1996 and assumed the role of Deputy Director of Social Security. In 2008 His Excellency Mr. Wrensford was approved to serve as a distinguished Ambassador to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago representing the beautiful Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis at the diplomatic level.
Ambassador Wrensford who served the institution for twenty years received an award for his indelible contribution to our nation’s development at the Social Security’s 40th Anniversary celebrations. The Social Security Scheme was established in 1978 by the government of the Rt. Excellent Sir Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw. Mr. Wrensford gave St. Kitts and Nevis twenty years of superlative stewardship to the Social Security Scheme. Because of his dedication to the service of our people, our pensioners and workers are much better off. He helped make Social Security stronger, safer and better for all of us.
Remarks by H.E. Steve Wrensford at the Annual Remembrance Service in tribute to fallen stalwarts of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party.
Remarks by H.E. Steve Wrensford at the Annual Remembrance Service in tribute to fallen stalwarts of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party.Sunday, 2nd, June 2019Old Road Methodist Church, Station Street, Old RoadPosted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Tuesday, June 4, 2019
The Timothy Harris-led government continues to deceive the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.
The Timothy Harris-led government continues to deceive the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.The cost of the second cruise ship pier has increased more than $50 Million with no explanation or breakdown to the people of this country.The cost of the cruise ship pier under the former Labour administration was $33M. Under this government led by Timothy Harris, the cost of the pier is now $94M.H.E. Steve WrensfordSKNLP Candidate for Constituency No. 4Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Monday, August 26, 2019
Under NextGen SKN, St. Kitts and Nevis will rise again!
Under NextGen SKN, constituency #4 can expect to experience better living and working conditions, innovative career opportunities and skills training, and better-developed communities. NextGen SKN has a renewed focus and “it’s all about you”.H.E. Steve Wrensford SKNLP Candidate for Constituency No. 4Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Constituency #3 – West Basseterre to Trinity
ATTENTIVE, APPEALING, ACCOMPLISHED
Winning Bigger For You
The Honourable Konris G.M. Maynard is the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party’s candidate and parliamentary representative for Constituency #3 which includes the communities of Shadwell, La Guerite, St. Johnston Village, Russell Village, St. Johnston Ave, Wigley Avenue, Millionaire St, Haynes Smith Village, Fortlands, Trafalgar, Lime Kiln, the whole Village area, Buckleys, Sea View, Bay View, Camps Estate, Ocean View, Ocean Gardens, Mattingley Heights, Beacon Heights, Dewars, the West Farm Area, Abbotts, the Boyds Area, and Palmetto Point.
The Honourable Konris Maynard was born and raised in “The Village” and at thirty-two years of age he became the youngest parliamentarian serving in the National Assembly of St. Kitts and Nevis after resoundingly defeating the four-term incumbent representative who had also served as Deputy Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis. Maynard’s victory at the polls was testimony to his tenacity, organizational skills as well as his natural grit and mettle in facing down incredible odds to win the hearts and minds of the people of Constituency #3. After four years serving on the Opposition benches, Konris has proven himself to be a strong, courageous and dynamic voice in Parliament where he often has had to challenge the governing administration for their grievances against the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.
Driven by a strong desire to serve and to contribute in a direct and positive way to the development and prosperity of his community and his country, Maynard has been “winning big” for the people of West Basseterre and commits to win even bigger when, with the help and blessing of his constituents, he becomes the next elected representative of West Basseterre.
Over the last four years, Konris has worked diligently to address the concerns and needs of the people of West Basseterre through financial contributions and donations in support of a number of community groups and events, particularly those that cater to the needs of children, the elderly and sports. An avid fan of the Village Superstars, Maynard has been a prominent patron of the Village Football League.
As the father of two beautiful little girls, Konris has demonstrated his love for children through active participation in many of the daycare and primary school activities taking place in his Constituency and regularly contributes books, art and school supplies to the students of all the schools in the area. His scholarship programme and awards have touched the lives of many outstanding students.
MP Maynard’s commitment to the people he represents has been consistent and unshakeable. His Constituency Office has never closed, and its staff has maintained an open-door policy where all constituents are welcomed and are provided with a full range of services, including job search and employment assistance.
When given a fresh mandate from the people, as part of a NextGen SKN Labour administration, Konris is looking forward to widening his outreach and expanding the programmes that he will be able to deliver to constituents in the areas of housing, land-ownership, agriculture development, upgrading of community and sporting facilities, supporting the Arts and Culture, youth empowerment and employment, small businesses enterprise development and alternative energy development.
In his soon-to-be released Manifesto for West Basseterre, Konris outlines a comprehensive programme of community development based on his interaction with the constituents of West Basseterre. Konris’ commitment to servant leadership combined with his passion to achieve and excel will be a great asset as he tackles the various challenges of West Basseterre with the same tenacity, organization and commitment that has endeared him to his constituents over the last four year and enabled him to perform with distinction as a Member of Parliament, an Engineer and as a 6-peat Calypso Monarch.
In a NextGen SKN, Konris will win BIGGER in advancing the good governance agenda in keeping with his core ideals as well as helping to attract major investments and economic activity to the community of West Basseterre and the wider Federation as a means of helping citizens to attain their goals.
Konris’ main priorities will be to:
- Create employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for his constituents;
- Provide much greater access to affordable housing and land ownership, including ‘rent to own’;
- Use Sports Development to engage youth and provide them alternative avenues to help them DREAM BIG and fulfill their aspirations.
FAST FACTS ABOUT KONRIS:
Hometown: De Village
Education: BSc Electrical and Computer Engineering, UWI; Masters of Engineering in Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo.
Claim to Fame: Multiple Calypso/Soca Crown Winner
- Family Time
- Music Production
Constituency #2 – Central Basseterre and New Road
DILIGENT, DEDICATED, DRIVEN
ALL in 2 Win
Deputy Leader of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, Hon. Marcella Liburd has spent most of her years serving and representing the people of Central Basseterre and the people of St. Kitts and Nevis. Marcella was born in Nevis Street and grew up in the Dorset/Soho/Market Street area. She is a product of the people of Central Basseterre and stands by and for her people.
Marcella attended Basseterre Girls’ School and Basseterre High School before pursuing a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from the University of the West Indies and a Legal Education Certificate from the University of the West Indies.
She served as a teacher at the Basseterre High School and the Cayon High School until she was admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in 1994.
Marcella has always been a sports enthusiast and a member of the famed St. Kitts-Nevis National Netball team that captured the regional Netball Title in 1973. She is an avid fan of soccer and supports Manchester United.
In 2008, the people of Central Basseterre selected Marcella as their candidate to contest the election of January 25th, 2010. She was overwhelmingly successful at that election, and upon her election, she served as Minister of Health, Social and Community Development and Gender Affairs, and did so with distinction.
Marcella oversaw a surge of economic and community infrastructural development in Central Basseterre. Her contribution to Constituency No. 2 long predates her election, as she has long been involved in several educational and community-based projects.
As a member of government, Marcella was been instrumental in the fight for gender equality, family empowerment, crime prevention, improved healthcare, and better education. She pledges to deliver improved service in this regard with the hope of inspiring more women to enter politics and seek positions of leadership.
Ingrained in Marcella is an ability to identify with the experiences of her people and serve them with dignity to achieve positive outcomes.
Marcella’s passion is for helping people, especially the most vulnerable young men and women in Central Basseterre. As an elected official and representative, through her passion for sports, families, community development and gender equality, Marcella continues to offer solid opportunities for the upliftment and empowerment of the people of her constituency.
Using her legal skills, Marcella has assisted in drafting pieces of legislation that positively impact the lives of many, such as the Domestic Violence Act and the Equal Pay Act. She introduced Long Service Gratuity for persons working on the Industrial Estates. As a Senator and as Speaker of the National Assembly she has helped inspire and educate the public, particularly women and children, regarding their rights to dignity, maintenance, divorce and property ownership. Sher has been as advocate for women particularly those at risk of domestic violence, cancer and poverty.
Marcella has provided and will continue to provide opportunities for jobs, business development, training and promotion of cultural artistes in Central Basseterre. She continues to be fully engaged in community activities and projects. She loves serving children, young men and women, and the elderly.
Marcella wants to offer more affordable housing solutions and focus on soft skills development to transform young people’s talents and interests into sustainable careers. She believes in the dignity of those who are living at the margins of society.
Marcella deserves your support and is All In 2 Win for the people of Central Basseterre.
Constituency #1 – East Basseterre, Frigate and South East Peninsula
INSIGHTFUL, INTELLIGENT, INVITING
I am with you
Dr. Geoffrey Hanley is a household name within the community of East Basseterre, and homes across the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis as a result of his deep involvement in non-profit organizations, charities, community projects, and youth work.
Geoffrey’s life has been one that is committed to the advancement of people.
Born in the vibrant community of Newtown, Geoffrey has always been a dynamic, free-spirited and selfless individual who was always involved in any project, group or organization that worked to advance and uplift people.
He currently holds various academic degrees including Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Master of Science in Education, Master in Organizational and Political Psychology and Ph.D. in Leadership and Executive Management.
His passion led him to create platforms for service and outreach which include several youth and community groups such as the St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association.
Geoffrey has served as Director of Youth for many years and initiated and implemented many programmes in the Ministry of Youth which include yearly summer camps, the PEP Programme, the 25 Most Remarkable Teens, Cycle To Success, and many more.
His passion for youth development and the advancement of Kittitians and Nevisians guided him to take the bold step to answer the call of the people to be the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party candidate for Constituency No. 1. Dr. Hanley takes the place of Dr. Earl Asim Martin who served in Parliament for 22 years.
Geoffrey’s life of volunteerism, humanitarianism, and development through politics is owed to his beliefs in that which is possibility. To him, anyone can be the very best that they can be with support, assistance, and opportunity. He believes in good governance, youth empowerment and excellent service to the elderly and the entire community. He has dedicated his entire career as an agent of positive.
He envisions bridging the gap between poverty and wealth to better the lives of those left out of prosperity and progress.
Through transparency, fairness, and justice for all, Geoffrey wants to end cronyism and nepotism, and empower a wider cross-section of people in Constituency No. 1.
Geoffrey has committed his life to serving people, and is guided by the mantra ‘I Am With You’.
He wants to make a contribution to national development by providing more affordable land and modernized homes for the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.
Geoffrey is also committed to continuing his fight for better schools, better education, and clean and safe drinking water.
Geoffrey will make available real opportunities to empower his constituents and the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.
Dr. Geoffrey Hanley's Presentation at the SKNLP Public Rally on Dec 1st in East Basseterre, Taylors Range.
Dr. Geoffrey Hanley's Presentation at the SKNLP Public Rally on Dec 1st in East Basseterre, Taylors Range.Dr. Hanley spoke to a number of issues existing within the constituency, in addition to the absense of the elected representative, Hon. Ian 'Patches' Liburd. Dr. Hanley also spoke in length about his plans for his constituency and the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Dr. Geoffrey Hanley honoured some of stalwarts in his constituency for their service and contribution to the movement.
As a part of his week of activities in East Basseterre , Dr. Geoffrey Hanley honoured some of stalwarts in his constituency for their service and contribution to the movement.Diane Greene, Shirley Pennyfeather, Yvonne Hanley, Cleo Griffin, Vanessa Powell, Yvette Knight-Browne and Lester Ible were all recognized on Sunday 1st December at the public meeting in Taylors Range on Sunday 1st December 2019..Posted by St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party on Wednesday, December 4, 2019