Constituency: South Windward
Portfolio: Minister of National Mobilization
The Honorable Frederick Stephenson was born on November 19, 1970 at Cedars to Sylvia Stephenson and Horace Andrews. The last of seven (7) children, he attended the Biabou Methodist School and the Saint Vincent Grammar School.
Frederick Stephenson began his career in the Magistrate Court where he served for a period of twelve (12) years before moving to the ministry of Health where he worked as a Senior Accounts Clerk. He also served as a Customs Officer at the Customs and Excise Department and in the office of the Prime Minister before being elected on December 13, 2010, to represent in Parliament, the constituency of South Windward.
A committed Christian, he served as President of the St. Matthew Anglican Youth Movement and as President of the Anglican Youth Council of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. He is an active member of the Anglican Church in the Parish of St Matthew with St Marks and St. Sylvan, as an Anglican Lay Minister.
In addition to serving in the Lay Ministry, Stephenson actively participated in a number of Community groups. In 2000 he formed the Bridgetown Community Development Organisation and was involved in community beautification and Christmas lighting up competition.