Ms. Pamela Coke-Hamilton

Ms. Pamela Coke-Hamilton

Ms. Pamela Coke-Hamilton is now Director, Division on International Trade and Commodities (DITC), D2, in UNCTAD. She has an in-depth knowledge of international trade and extensive experience in development policy, private sector development, capacity building and technical cooperation. This expertise was gained from her tenure with regional and international organizations including work with member states, national governments and universities. She holds a BSc in International Relations and Economics from The UWI, Mona campus and a Juris Doctor in Law from the Georgetown University School of Law in Washington, DC.

Previously, she has served as the Regional Hub Coordinator for the Caribbean in the Integration and Trade Department of the Inter-American Development Bank where she spearheaded the Aid for Trade initiative for the Caribbean and as the Director of Trade and Competitiveness at the Organization of American States) dealing with issues facing small island developing states and small economies in international trade and globalization. She was also instrumental in the design and implementation of the Masters in International Trade Policy Programme at The UWI, which has provided increased depth to the region’s trade policy capability. She was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Laws for her contribution in this area. She serves as the Executive Director of the Caribbean Export Development Agency where she has spearheaded major regional private sector development and wider cooperation programmes. She has also worked in promoting the creative industries sector as well as increasing entrepreneurship growth across the region.

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