Ms. Frances Fuller
Special Assistant to the President
Ms. Frances Fuller is a former employee of the Environment Division, in the Government of Antigua and Barbuda, where she was responsible for the implementation of development projects and served as a member of the delegation to multilateral environmental agreements. Her focus was on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, with particular regard to mitigation and the Kyoto Protocol. She was also a member of the Antiguan and Barbudan team responsible for chairing the Group of 77 and China in 2008. Most recently she has been working as a Special Adviser to the Government of Antigua and Barbuda on climate change negotiations and as environmental consultant with a focus on climate change and climate finance. Ms. Fuller has been working with Ambassador John W. Ashe since 2007. She completed her Master of Arts in Environment, Politics and Globalization at King's College London in 2011 and earned her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Biogeoscience at the University of Leeds in 2007. Ms. Fuller is a national of Antigua and Barbuda.