Keeping the Promise - of building a sustainable economy.
With the right policies and the right incentives for change and investment, we can innovate, reenergise and revitalise the numerous sectors and industries across St Kitts and Nevis.
We are strong and resilient people, and we will continue to be as we navigate these challenging times together. The future is bright in the Federation.
Every day is a gift to us.
That means we have to continue to move forward and be better than we were yesterday.
A Bit About Me
Lindsay Fitz-Patrick Grant is the Minister of Tourism, International Trade, Industry, and Commerce in St. Kitts and Nevis.
He is the deputy leader of the People's Action Movement, and the elected representative for Constituency #4.
Lindsay attended Basseterre High School. After completing secondary schooling at the Basseterre High School in 1981 he entered the sixth form of the Basseterre High graduating from this institution in 1983.
1985 - 1989: Studied law at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), graduating with a Bachelor of Law with Upper Second Class Honours.
After graduating from this university in Barbados, he journeyed to Jamaica to attend the Norman Manley Law School, where he successfully completed his Legal Education Certificate (LEC) in 1990.
In 1990 Lindsay then left Jamaica to attend the prestigious Harvard Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. There he read law again, this time to specialize in the area of Corporate Law, with a further specialty in Banking and Finance.
Grant has been a practicing lawyer for the past 25 years, specializing in corporate and commercial law. He is a senior partner in the firm Grant, Powell & Co., a position from which he is currently on sabbatical, in order to fulfill his role in the new Unity government administration. He began his career in the firm Veira & Grant and later became a senior partner in the firm Lindsay Grant & Co.
A member of the Board of Directors for a variety of private companies, Mr. Grant is also a member of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. In addition, he was a member of the Leeward Island Cricket Board and a former president of the St. Kitts Cricket Association.
Grant has had a long and varied political career and has held many positions in the People's Action Movement. He was Secretary, Chairman, and Political leader over a 20 year period within the party. After being at the helm as political leader of the PAM for 12 years, he resigned from the position in 2012.
Following the Team Unity victory in the 2015 General Election, Grant was appointed Minister of Tourism, International Trade, Industry, and Commerce on 22 February 2015.
Mr Grant sponsors and operates a breakfast program for school children. The program feeds more than 100 young people.