Creative Nassau Vice President, Patricia Glinton-Meicholas, addressed the first fall meeting of the Bahamas Historical Society (TBHS) last evening on the topic: "First Rat in the Hole Tail Cover: Roots of Psychocultural Obstacles to National Development". Interested attendees were treated, in 'true true' no-nonsense Glinton-Meicholas fashion, to a fascinating in-depth historical and cultural analysis of how to move our country forward by recognizing and dealing with our many challenges. Glinton-Meicholas began her presentation by referring to the wonderful experiences gained at the recent UNESCO Creative Cities Network meeting in Sweden. The presentation text should be available in the next  TBHS Publication. For more information about the TBHS please check their website at www.bahamashistoricalsociety.com

 Glinton-Meicholas (left) with Bahamas Historical Society President, Andrea Major

Glinton-Meicholas (left) with Bahamas Historical Society President, Andrea Major

Patricia Glinton-Meicholas is a graduate of the University of the West Indies and the University of Miami. She is an educator, author, poet, cultural critic and avid researcher of Bahamian history, culture and arts. She was the first woman to present the Sir Lynden Pindling Memorial Lecture and the first Bahamian writer to win the Bahamas Cacique Award for Writing.
 
A veteran educator, Glinton-Meicholas spent an aggregate of 17 years at The College of The Bahamas, where she served variously as a lecturer, divisional head, academic dean, Council Secretary and most recently, Vice President, Communications.
 
Dedicated to community development, Glinton-Meicholas was a founding member of the Boards of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas and of the Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation. She is founding member of the Cable Bahamas Cares Foundation and Creative Nassau, and a judge of the Templeton Laws of Life Essay Competition.

 

 

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