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CECILE I. G. DAVIS

Background

DAVIS, CECILE I. G. was born on January 22, 1939 in St Johns, Antigua.

Education

Radcliffe College, United States of America, 1956-1960, Bachelor of Arts cum Laude. Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University, 1978. Spoken languages: English.

Career

Association Director, Impact, United Nations Development Programme since 1989. Resident Representative, United Nations Development Program, Guyana, 1983-1989, The Gambia, 1979-1982. Deputy Regional Representative & Head, United Nations Development Program Liaison Office with Economic Commission for Africa & Organization of African Unity, Ethiopia, 1974-1977.

Deputy Regional Representative, 1972-1974, Assistant Regional Representative, 1970-1972, United Nations Development Program, Malaysia, 1972-1974. Assistant Resident Representative, United Nations Development Program, 1966-1970, United Nations Technical Assistant Board (UNTAB), 1964-1966, Kenya. Programme Assistant, UNTAB, Trinidad and Tobago, 1961-1964.

Administration Cadet (External Rel), Prime Minister Office, Trinidad and Tobago, 1960-1961.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, especially orchids.