Frankie Campbel

Southern Shores

Frankie Campbell was elected as the Member of Parliament for the Southern Shores constituency in 2017, after serving his country nationally as a Police Officer for 29 years, and internationally for three years as a Diplomat.

As Minister of Transport and Local Government, Frankie was successful in highlighting career opportunities for young Bahamians in the Maritime industry and led the Bahamas’ re-election to the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

As Member of Parliament for Southern Shores, Frankie was instrumental in the opening of the Flamingo Gardens Urban Renewal Centre, which has prioritized the engagement of our youth and senior citizens.

Frankie is committed to serving another term as a Member of Parliament so he can continue meeting the concerns of his constituents and partner with them to advance changes that will improve the quality of life for all Bahamians.

Education

  • Bachelor of Laws, LLB, McHari International College, 2011
  • Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, McHari International College, 2009
  • RM. Bailey High School

Community Service

  • Flamingo Gardens Urban Renewal Centre opened
  • Installed lights, removed debris and paved sidewalks, Southern Shores
  • Successful in highlighting career opportunities in the Maritime industry
  • Led the Bahamas’ re-election to the International Maritime Organization (IMO)
  • Improved the delivery of social assistance to those in need
  • First non-American President General, General Grand Masonic Congress, 2016-2018

Experience

  • Member of Parliament, Southern Shores, 2017 – Present
  • Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, 2018 – Present
  • Minister of Transport and Local Government, 2017- 2018
  • Bahamian Embassy in Haiti, Charge D’affaires, 2010- 2013

 

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