Ambassador from Grenada: Who is Gillian Bristol?

Saturday, October 22, 2011
Since July 2009, the small Caribbean island nation of Grenada, which the United States invaded in 1983, has been represented in the U.S. by Gillian M.S. Bristol, who is concurrently accredited as Ambassador to Mexico and Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States (OAS).
 
Gillian Bristol was born circa 1960 in Grenada to mother Ruth and father Carol Bristol, a prominent Grenadian attorney who once served as Grenada’s Chief Justice. She earned a law degree from the University of the West Indies in Cave Hill, Barbados, in 1988. From 1993 to 2008, Bristol worked for the OAS, as secretary of several committees of the OAS Permanent Council, in meetings related to the General Assembly, and as Program Manager at the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism. She was also elected, in 2007, as the first Caribbean Islander to be President of the OAS Staff Association, which represents OAS employees to OAS management.
 
Gillian Bristol is divorced from Cayman Islands attorney Lloyd Samson, with whom she has a son, Dominic Bristol-Samson. 
-Matt Bewig
 
Who’s Next: Gillian M.S. Bristol (Washington Life Magazine)

Address by Ms. Gillian M. S. Bristol upon the assumption of the OAS Staff Association Presidency 

Comments

georgiana benjamin 5 years ago
Hey gillian its your cousin Marilyn please e-mail me your number heres mines 631-889-3998
sheridanlessey 7 years ago
hello, i am a grenadian by birth. pressently i am living in the united states. i am in school studing buisness and marking, and part of my major forcus is with the travel industries. the reason why i realy chose this particular progan, i had spent twenty years working with the cruise industries. i would like to give some of my knowledge in improveing the tourist industries .the minister of tourisum (peter david) and i are friends, you can let him know about this email.he realy know me as (the girls in tropicana are my sisters)i am lookink forward in receiveing a reply . thank you.

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