The Queen’s College Old Students Association (QCOSA) reconstituted

Dr. Arron Fraser elected president 

The Queen’s College Old Students Association (QCOSA) has been reconstituted with a new powerhouse executive sworn in on October 12, 2019.

Considered the top secondary school in the country, it has over the years churned out presidents, lawyers, doctors and prominent leaders.

Dr. Arron Fraser was voted in as the new president.was voted in as the new president.   

Fraser is the current chief of the government’s Power Power and Distributors Inc. (PPDI), which maintains the Wartsila generation engines for the Guyana Power and Light Inc.

The development comes Queen’s College gets ready to celebrate 175th years in existence.

Secretary: Martina McDonald-Johnson

The current President, David Granger, is one such student.
Yesterday, 70 persons voted in the elections for the associations, which had gone dormant in the last three years.

 

1st Vice President: Attorney-at-law, Pauline Chase

Voted in as Vice –President was attorney-at-law Pauline Chase; Vidushi Persaud was given the nod to be the Second Vice President. Martina McDonald-Johnson, a former QC teacher, is the new Secretary.

The other positions voted in are Assistant Secretary/Treasurer, Babita Ram; Public Relations Officer, Nelsonia Persaud and Physical Educator and Sports Advisor, Kwabina Griffith.

The Ordinary members include Guyana scholar and leading commercial lawyer, Devindra Kissoon; former President and Prime Minister and Guyana scholar, Samuel Hinds, prominent businessman Pearson Burch-Smith, and attorney-at-law, Sanjeev Datadin.

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