Montserrat’s Governor Adrian Davis and his wife Su Davis will be in Montserrat for the swearing in ceremony on April 8, 2011, which will take place at 2:00pm at the Montserrat Cultural Centre. The Bajan Sun reports:
Davis was born in London and trained as an economist before joining the then Overseas Development Administration (ODA) in 1974, after serving for two years as a VSO in Fiji. When the ODA became DFID, Mr. Davis had many overseas postings including Bangladesh, Thailand, Egypt, and the Philippines, where he was the UK Representative to the Asian Development Bank. For the last seven years he was based in Beijing in China working on the impact of China on international development issues and overseeing the DFID program there as well as in Cambodia, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
In his London postings, Davis has focused on information technology policy and operations and on environment and sustainable development issues including climate change.
For full articles, see http://bajansunonline.com/category/news/caribbeannews/montserrat/ and http://www.caribarena.com/montserrat/news/latest/adrian-davis-named-new-governor-for-montserrat-201006017268.html
Above: the flag of the governor of Montserrat.