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USC alumna named UN Ambassador

15 Nov 2017 | Campus News |

USC alumna named UN Ambassador

The Trinidad Express Newspaper on Tuesday confirmed that Ms. Makeda Antoine, a graduate of the University of the Southern Caribbean will assume duties as Ambassador of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to the Permanent Mission of the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.

“Minister Moses congratulated Ambassador Antoine on her appointment and thanked her for her willingness to serve Trinidad and Tobago." (Trinidad Express)

In a statement on Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs said that on Monday, Minister Dennis Moses presented the instrument of appointment on behalf of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley." 

The University of the Southern Caribbean extends sincere congratulations to “Her Excellency” Makeda Antoine on this notable appointment. 

USC continues to impact its students holistically and prepares them to be agents of change and citizens of good repute around the globe through the values which it espouses. As one of three Universities in the Twin Island Republic, USC boasts a morally, spiritually and culturally diverse environment that is ideal for learning. USC's mission is to "transform ordinary people into extraordinary servants of God to humanity through a holistic tertiary educational experience", and for 90 years we have stood by, and will continue to stand by this mandate.