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Biography of Sir Ronald M. Sanders, a columnist on this site

Posted by kinchendavid on July 23, 2006

Here is the biography of Sir Ronald Sanders, a new guest commentator to DavidKinchen.com:

Sir Ronald Michael Sanders KCMG, KCN
Executive Director for International Relations and Member of Board of Directors of  Innovative Communication Corp., (ICC) headquartered in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, management offices in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Sir Ronald Michael Sanders has been a member of ICC’s board of directors since the company’s inception. From 1995 to 2004 he was high commissioner to the United Kingdom representing Antigua and Barbuda and had special responsibilities for negotiations on financial and trade matters in the World Trade Organization and with the International Monetary Fund and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. He was an elected member of the executive board of UNESCO and has served in diplomatic posts to Germany and France.

In April 2004 he was named Innovative’s executive director for international relation and responsible for the company’s international relations throughout the Caribbean basin, Europe and Central America.He has served on numerous committees, task forces and advisory boards to formulate and implement policy for the Caribbean and the Commonwealth. In October 2004, the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force, an organization of 30 Caribbean and Central and South American, nations honored him for serving as deputy chairman and chairman of a committee set up to counter drug trafficking, money laundering and financing of terrorism. He also served as consultant to the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. He served on the board of directors of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company from 1991-1997. A former Visiting Fellow at Oxford University, he is the author of several publications on small states in the international political economy.
His career also includes being managing director of the Guyana Broadcasting Service and public affairs adviser to the president of the Caribbean Development Bank in Barbados.Sir Ronald helped establish and was a president of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union. He also served on the first board of directors of the Caribbean News Agency (CANA), now the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC). He was educated at Boston University and the University of Sussex and has an M.A. in international relations. He is a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the International Institute of Communications. He lives in London, England.

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