Minister of Labor, Public Administration, and Empowerment Jacqui Quinn-leandro of Antigua and Barbuda

Jacqui Quinn-Leandro has created history once again in Antigua and Barbuda by becoming the first woman to be appointed Acting Prime Minister.
Jacqui Quinn-Leandro has once again taken up the charge to champion women’s rights worldwide.
Jacqui Quinn-Leandro was born on the 20th of November 1965.
Quinn-Leandro expressed appreciation for her election, describing service in this sense as “a higher calling to the international community to advance and promote equal rights for women not only in Antigua and Barbuda, but everywhere in the Americas.
Quinn-Leandro was invited to offer words of encouragement as well as present them with care packages.
Quinn-Leandro discussed the rise in sexual assaults in Antigua and Barbuda and suggested that Corporal Quashie may be able to make a significant contribution to the new Sexual Assaults Unit.
ST JOHN'S, Antigua: Minister of Labour, Public Administration and Empowerment Dr Jacqui Quinn-Leandro has created history once again in Antigua and Barbuda by becoming the first woman to be appointed Acting Prime Minister.
Dr Quinn-Leandro is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Mona Jamaica where she completed a Bachelor of Arts First Class Honours degree in Mass Communications; Cambridge University, England, where she completed a Masters degree in Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Jacqui Quinn-Leandro has thrown down the gauntlet to women in the region – get involved in politics.
Quinn-Leandro was in The Bahamas on Monday and Tuesday as part of the countrys celebration of CIMs 80th anniversary, and she addressed a high-powered lunch meeting on Tuesday on "Women In Power.
Quinn-Leandro said could "easily outrun and outperform those less than adequate opponents whose only qualification is that they are man.
Minister Quinn-Leandro expressed satisfaction at the Secretary General’s commitment to consider the possibility of external funding being sought for certain programs of CIM as well.
Jacqui Quinn-Leandro says the government will be seeking to end prostitution in Antigua and Barbuda.
Jacqui Quinn-Leandro expressed concern that the lack of opportunities to participate and become involved in the CWC event was leading to limited interest from locals.
Quinn-Leandro said that this presented an opportunity to create an initiative to build excitement by involving locals in CWC, without incurring the high costs associated with operating at the stadium itself.
Antigua and Barbuda's labour minister Dr Jacqui Quinn-Leandro has called for an end to the divisiveness which resulted in the trade union movement to stage two separate marches on Monday's Labour Day.
Quinn-Leandro expressed disappointment with the opposition-aligned Antigua Trade and Labour Union's decision to hold its own rally in boycott of one held by the umbrella Trade Union Congress (TUC.
Friday, her office had not received any such document.