Leonard Green
Citing the need for better representation for the people of North East St. Andrew, attorney-at-law Leonard Sebert Green believes that he can find the solution to many of the problems besetting constituents. 

Green, popularly known as "Freddy" knows what the constituency needs to progress, having lived there for 30 years. Creating more prosperous and safer communities within North East St. Andrew are items high on Freddy’s agenda. 

A member of the Cornwall and Jamaica Bar Associations, and Chairman of the Negril-Green Island Planning Authority, Green believes that a strong and progressive nation requires goodwill and a voluntary spirit on the part of citizens. 

He offers fresh, dynamic, committed and selfless leadership in an effort to build better communities in the constituency. His resolve is to organise his constituents of all political persuasion to take advantage of economic opportunities in an effort to build small businesses and large enterprises in the commercial areas of North East St. Andrew. 

Freddy’s childhood years were spent in the Pembroke Hall and Shortwood areas of St. Andrew, following birth on March 17, 1955. He identifies former Senior Counsel and Government Minister Anthony Spaulding as a major influence throughout his childhood years.  

Starting his education at Central Branch Primary, Freddy went on to greater things at Calabar High, the University of the West Indies and the Norman Manley Law School. He is married with two children and is a member of the St. Mary's Anglican Church. 

Freddy enjoys football, music, fishing, and farming.