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Mrs. Sharon Clark-Rowley Trinidad & Tobago
Spouse of the Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago
Mrs. Sharon Clark-Rowley is the wife of Dr. the Honourable Keith Christopher Rowley, the Seventh Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. Mrs. Clark-Rowley is a practicing attorney-at-law of thirty-seven years standing, having attended the University of the West Indies and the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad. She is at present a partner with the firm of M. G. Daly & Partners, Attorneys-at-Law, where she heads the firm’s Conveyancing/Real Estate Department. Prior to entering private practice, Mrs. Clark-Rowley was employed as a State Counsel in the Ministry of the Attorney General.
Dr. and Mrs. Rowley have been married for thirty-four years and are the parents of two daughters, Tonya, also an attorney-at-law and Sonel, a neuro- psychologist. Since her husband’s assumption of office in September 2015, Mrs. Clark-Rowley continues to be an advocate for the well-being of women and girls in Trinidad and Tobago. In this regard, in 2015 she accepted the role of patron of the Trinidad and Tobago Netball Association, a role which she held until April 2019. At present, Mrs. Clark-Rowley is the patron of the Caribbean Association of Oncology and Hematology, a non-governmental organization which was incorporated to address the developing needs of Trinidad and Tobago, as well as that of the Caribbean, in the field of Hematology and Oncology. She has recently delivered the opening remarks at the Association’s Ninth Conference in Cartagena, Colombia. Mrs. Clark-Rowley avidly supports the work of the Down Syndrome Family Network, the WAND Foundation (Women in Action for the Needy and Destitute), the Epoch Foundation, a non-governmental organization which is aimed at empowering young people to holistically overcome their challenges, and several other non-governmental entities which are dedicated to changing the social landscape of Trinidad and Tobago through youth-oriented initiatives. She has delivered several motivational addresses to school children throughout Trinidad and Tobago and fully appreciates the role played by the elderly in the development of our youth. Mrs. Clark-Rowley champions the cause for Gender Equality and Gender Equity and in her speeches, she has frequently addressed the need to control the increase in gender based violence in our country. She is firmly of the belief that if we are to strive toward gender equality, we must ensure that the men of our nation march at our sides.
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