Ambassador to the US Glenda Morean-phillip of Trinidad and Tobago

In brief remarks, Ambassador Morean-Phillip said she looked forward to continued service to her country at the premier hemispheric forum.
Prior to this assignment, Morean-Phillip was the former member of the Senate of TT and former attorney general.
Morean-Phillip has sat on and chaired numerous Boards and Commissions in Trinidad and Tobago, including Chairperson of the Nursing Commission between 1980 and 1981, Commissioner of the Public Utilities Commission between 1981 and 1986, and Deputy Chairperson of the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago between 1993 and 1996.
Asked if she knew whether another former AG John Jeremie has replaced her as TT’s High Commissioner to the UK, Morean-Phillip said she had no idea who would be replacing her in London, where she has been based since 2003.
In brief remarks upon delivering her accreditation letters to the Secretary General, Ambassador Morean-Phillip said she looks forward to continued service to her country at the premier hemispheric forum.
Morean-Phillip said after last Thursday’s Cabinet meeting, she announced Government’s plans to deal with the FW Oil matter.
Morean-Phillip said when nationals of TT get into trouble, the Commission is informed.
Not one to miss an opportunity to help TT culture Her Excellency, Glenda Morean-Phillip has been a frequent patron of many events including the Miss TT UK pageant and The annual NHMBA Grand Carnival Splash at Alexandra Palace.
The Trinidad and Tobago High Commissioner to London, Glenda Morean-Phillip has received death threats from a US-based man over a conviction of one his family members when Morean-Phillip was Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago.
In addition, Ambassador Morean-Phillip was a judge in the Supreme Court of Trinidad and Tobago from 1999 to 2000, and from 1987 to 2001, she served as an associate tutor on the faculty of the Hugh Wooding Law School at the University of the West Indies.
Ambassador Morean-Phillip has also been actively involved in public service and community development in her country through groups such as the Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad and Tobago, the Nursing Commission, Public Utilities Commission and Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago.