Ms. Terriann Baker - 1st Vice President
Ms. Terriann Baker is a 27-year-old young professional who hails from Morvant/Laventille. She holds a Bachelor of Science in International Relations (Special). She is currently employed as Graduate Research Assistant at the Office of the Parliament, where she has been employed since 2016. She is currently assigned to the Secretariat of the Office of the Parliament and assists where necessary with the sittings of the Senate.
She has had the pleasure of serving on the following Joint Select Committees:
- State Enterprises
- Foreign Affairs
- Local Authorities Service Commissions and Statutory Authorities
- Finance and Legal Affairs (Including Finance, Planning, Trade, Tobago Affairs, Office of the Prime
- Minister, Attorney General, Justice and Legal Affairs)
Within her professional life, she is assigned to the coordinating team of the National Youth Parliament where she has engaged in event management duties as well as training and engagement of young persons from all walks of life. Furthermore, she has served in this capacity for the past 5 years and has provided training and support on major areas related to youth development. Further support has been rendered where she coordinated the Regional Youth Parliament in 2019 and further provided extensive support and training to the 15 delegates that were chosen from Trinidad and Tobago.
Additionally, she was awarded in the Harvard National Model United Nations in 2019 and 2020, where she received Outstanding Delegate and Diplomatic Commendation. During these discussions she engaged with students and graduates from some of the world’s top-ranking universities on discussions pertaining to providing access to persons with disabilities as well as standardized health care training for health staff on the HNMUN World Trade Organisation. Ms. Baker also participated in the first ever all women’s sitting facilitated through the CIWIL Trinidad and Tobago. Ms. Baker currently serves as the Deputy Governor of the House on the Youth Government of Trinidad and Tobago. She also serves on the Inter PARES Working Group on youth.
Ms. Baker is passionate about Youth Development and desires to give young people a platform to discuss pertinent issues and plans to utilise her Parliamentary experience to guide the voice of young people as it pertains to policy generation and involvement.
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