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The Honourable Dr. Lincoln Douglas, MP

 

 

 

 

Lincoln Douglas MPDr. Lincoln Douglas entered the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament in 2010 as the elected Member for Lopinot/Bon Air West, following the General Election for the 10th Republican Parliament. He subsequently lost his seat in the 2015 elections.

 

He was Minister of State in the Ministry of the People and Social Development and later Minister in the Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism.

Dr. Douglas holds a Doctorate in Adult Education from Northern Illinois University with special emphasis in Community development, cultural and political studies. He has a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Arts Entertainment and Media Management from Columbia College in Chicago and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Christian Education and Mass Communication from Wheaton College, Wheaton Illinois, and an Advance Leadership Certificate from Haggai Institute, Singapore.

Dr. Douglas also has training certifications from various organizations, including: The National Multicultural Institute (NMCI), The Center for the Application of Prevention Technology (CAPT), North American Simulation and Gaming Association (NASAGA) and, Rockhurst University in Leadership Counselling and Mentoring.

 

 

 

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