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Michael Browne
The Hon. Michael Sherwin Harris Browne, MP
Cabinet Minister, Antigua and Barbuda

Michael Browne is an Antiguan parliamentarian and Cabinet Minister. Browne is the current parliamentary representative for All Saints West for the Antiga and Barbuda Labour Party.

Early life and education

Michael Sherwin Harris Browne was born and raised in St. John’s City, and is committed to helping the residents of Antigua through education, training, exposure, and access to opportunities.

Mr. Browne firmly believes that education is the key to bettering one’s self. He completed a dual Bachelor’s Degree at The University of the West Indies at Mona, with the help of a Board of Education scholarship. Currently, he is working on completing a Doctorate in Education Leadership and Policy, and a Juris Doctorate of Laws at Howard University in Washington, D.C.


After graduating from UWI, Mr. Browne chose to turn down a scholarship to pursue graduate studies in order to return home to assist his elderly mother. In 2002, he returned to academia with the help of an Organization of American States LASPAU Fellowship. He completed two Master’s Degrees at Pace University in New York City, while working as the Director of the University’s Honors College and as a graduate assistant in the Office of the Dean.

After Pace, he immediately began advanced graduate studies in International Education Development at Teachers College Columbia University, while gaining Optional Practical Training with New York City Department of Education. There, he was trained and worked in key administrative capacities including as a literacy coach, data specialist, staff developer, assistant principal, acting principal, and school district English and Mathematics assessment and corrections coordinator.

Back home at Princess Margaret Secondary School, Mr. Browne started an Etiquette and Modelling Club to help inner-city youth develop leadership skills by bridging the science of aesthetics prowess, to fuel personal development. He founded and directed Keeping-on-Point, a non-profit mentoring and academic program to help economically vulnerable students gain an understanding of their place in the world through character education, community service, and collaborative partnerships.

Browne succesfully contested the All Saints West constituency in the 12 June 2014 general election defeating incumbent Chanlah Codrington (UPP). On 18 June 2014, he was appointed Minister of Education, Science, and Technology.

Browne retained his seat in the 2018 election and was re-appointed on 22 March 2018.

Year District Party Votes % votes Result Notes
2018 All Saints West Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party 1,726 54.67% Won 2nd Term
2014 All Saints West Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party 1,931 54.49% Won 1st Term
Post Chamber Party Date
Representative for All Saints West House of Representatives ABLP 2014 - present
Post Date
Minister of Education, Science, and Technology 22 Mar 2018 - present
Minister of Education, Science, and Technology 18 Jun 2014 - 21 Mar 2018
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Michael Browne
Occupation Politician
Place of Birth St. John's, Antigua
Notable Accomplishments
Current parliamentarian and Cabinet Minister
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