Living by the motto, “our doubts are like traitors. They make us lose the good we might achieve by failing to attempt.” Minister Molwyn Joseph is a man of action with a long history of service to constituency and country.
Minister Joseph has contributed much to the development of Antigua & Barbuda and St. Mary’s North in his many decades of service. He introduced the idea of the Education Levy in 1989. He provides annual scholarships for students of Jennings and Bendals primary and Jennings Secretary. He built the Jennings Primary School. He developed three sporting facilities in the constituency in Jennings, Cashew Hill and Bendals. And, he is responsible for the non-contributing pensions scheme to provide financial support for persons not eligible for Social Security.
He has also helped with land distribution, fixing the Big Creek and Little Creek bridges, expanding Jennings Secondary School, constructing the pavilion at the Jennings Playing Field and dramatically improving healthcare in the constituency.
His plans for the constituency include addressing the road conditions, restoring the library and senior citizens home, fixing the Bendals Bridge, improving lighting in the community, providing early childhood education, providing a community educational and recreational facility, providing affordable housing, enhancing sporting complexes and providing more in home elderly care support.
Minister Joseph earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Dyke College, Cleveland Ohio in 1974. Prior to his work in government, Minister Joseph was hired directly out of college in 1974 by Standard Oil Company in Cleveland Ohio. He made rapid progress up the ranks in this company with his final post as the Manager of Marine Operations where he headed the west coast branch office in Los Angeles California.
Minister Joseph is married to Paula Joseph and is the father of two grown children. He attends the Seventh Day Adventist Church – Gray Hill
In his spare time, he enjoys reading about current affairs, researching history and tracking global issues and trends.