Sidney Collie was appointed Ambassador to the United States of America, Permanent Representative to the Organization of America States (OAS), and non-resident Ambassador to Mexico, Colombia and Malaysia in October 2017. With a passion for education and service, he began his career teaching in the Bahamian public-school system and later became head-teacher in one of the largest islands in the Bahamas. After being called to The Bahamas Bar in 1987, he opened a boutique law firm and was joined by his wife, attorney Mavis Johnson-Collie. Ambassador Collie became actively involved in politics in the 1980s, and has served in several capacities including branch chairman, National Party vice chairman and Deputy, and later as chairman in 2016. He has also been appointed to the Senate and elected to parliament to represent the Blue Hills Constituency, one of the largest polling districts, as well as appointed to the cabinet as Minister of Lands and Local Government. He previously served as High Commissioner to CARICOM and Latin America, until the change of government in 2012. Ambassador Collie received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami and received a master’s degree in English from Nova University in Florida. He also holds a post graduate diploma in International Commercial Arbitration from American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., and has authored several books and articles.
What’s a Rich Text element?
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Static and dynamic content editing
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