Aloun Ndombet-Assamba

New candidate Aloun N’dombet-Assamba is following in the footsteps of her predecessor, Seymour Mullings.  She is confident that upon her election to Parliament, she will contribute to a marked improvement in conditions within South East St. Ann.

For Mrs. N’dombet-Assamba, running businesses effectively and efficiently is natural. An established lawyer and businesswoman, she has made a mark in several areas of Jamaican and Caribbean life. Her achievements span community and civic service, politics, government, law, and business. 

She has won accolades like ‘Woman of the Year Award’ and was General Manager of the City of Kingston Co-operative Credit Union. 

She has been Deputy Chairman of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, Acting Chairman of the Fair Trading Commission, Chairman of Moneague Primary and Junior High Schools, member of Jamaica Bar Association, member of the board of the United Way of Jamaica, member of the PNP Internal Affairs Commission, the Party’s Recruitment and Outreach Commission, and Government Senator. 

Mrs. Ndombet-Assamba was born on February 27th, 1955, in Spanish Town, St. Catherine. She has one child. She attended Moneague primary school, Fern Court High, Merl Grove High, Alpha Academy, the University of the West Indies, the Norman Manley Law School, the University of Pittsburgh, and the Institute of Management and Production.  

A member of the Roman Catholic Church, she has assisted in the improvement of the lives of her constituents in several ways. They include facilitating employment and business opportunity; arranging rallies for youth and women's empowerment, assisting the needy with food, housing and drugs; and developing a block factory and computer facility for the constituency.