Natasha "Shanny" Grey-Brookes
Constituency 1 - East Basseterre
Keeping the Promise - of expanding opportunities for East Basseterre.
I envision a constituency in which every individual can achieve a higher standard of living with the assurances of greater social and political freedom.
I believe those of us who have been given positions of responsibility must do everything we can to build a country worthy of inheritance - for this generation and the next.
I want to make a difference, so that you can own a home, run a business, and access platforms to showcase your talents and skills.
My Plan for SC#1
The People’s Action Movement has always been a party about putting people first. I can attest to that as I am a beneficiary of policies and programmes they have implemented.
Putting the people first starts with having great education programmes for every individual. It means implementing programmes to help our people realise their potential; and providing a foundation to help them change their lives. It means empowering you to afford land and build your own home.
Putting the people first means that each of us must stick to our promise of being committed to something greater than ourselves.
Skills And Talent Development
Access To Housing
Reduce Hardship And Poverty
Crime Prevention Policies
A Bit About Me
Natasha "Shanny" Grey-Brookes was born on October 26th 1981, as a native of Pond Road, Newtown.
She is an attorney-at-law, a community activist, a philanthropist a wife, and a mother who also understands the struggles of people of her community.
Natasha has also been the General Secretary of the People's Action Movement since April 2019.
2012 - Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica from . She graduated with a Legal Education Certificate
2011 - City Law School London UK. Natasha graduated with a Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Legal Skills.
2010 - University of Huddersfield- LLB with Hons
In July 2011 Natasha was admitted to the Bar of England & Wales. In July the following year she was admitted to the Bar of St. Christopher and Nevis.
She is currently the Principal attorney at Grey’s Legal Chambers in St Kitts.
As an advocate for literary development in the constituency, she founded the East Basseterre Book Club.