Senator Frank Pringle
Sen Frank Pringle
Ambassador Pringle was educated in both Jamaica
and England, becoming a Military Officer, Captain and Aide-de-Camp to the Governor of a
pre-independent Jamaica. A private person, he finds scope for his talents in Foreign
Affairs as Ambassador and Special Envoy for Jamaica. He has, over the years, served
Jamaica in a number of special diplomatic initiatives.
Ambassador Pringle also serves as a Justice of
the Peace and a nominated member of the Jamaica Parish Council for eight years.
A Founder and Director of the Tryall Golf and
Country Club, Ambassador Pringle has been associated with tourism, in its various forms
for the greater part of his adult life. He served as a Director on the Board of Air
Jamaica for eight years, became a Cabinet Member and Minister of Tourism during the period
1989 to 1992, while serving as Senator from 1989 to 1998. Presently he is a Member of the
Jamaica Tourist Board, and is Jamaicas representative to the Executive and Council
of the World Tourism Organization. He is also a Founder, member and President of the
Jamaica Association of Villas and Apartments.
Ambassador Pringle chairs the Divestment
Committee of FINSAC while continuing his involvement as an Advisor in Tourism and
Investment. In all of this, he still devotes time to community affairs as Chairman of the
Montego Bay Legal Aid Clinic, an organization which he founded in the early 1970s, with a
reach that extends through the County of Cornwall.
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