Nenna Esteline Wilson is anxious to pull North West St. Andrew from the shackles of political confinement in which the constituency has found itself since 1989.
A progressive change is what this wife and mother of six believes is needed to lift North West St. Andrew from its underdeveloped position, to one that can be more productive and thereby serve the nation better.
This Kingston-born business administrator, who came into the world on November 8, 1956, believes that the talent that exists in North West, especially among young people, can be molded and used positively to improve the constituency.
Nenna Wilson has so far devoted 11 years of her life to representational politics and has served in many capacities, including Councillor for the Hughenden Division in the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation. She has served as Vice Chairman for the People’s National Party’s Region III; as Northern Belt Recording Secretary; Youth Organisation Group Chairperson; Constituency Secretary and Chairman of North West St. Andrew.
As councillor for the Hughenden Division and aspiring Member of Parliament, she has assisted in the building of two basic schools, two community centres, a vending area for small merchants, and implemented the Zinc Fence Replacement Project within the constituency.
Her childhood years were spent at Whitehall Avenue, Kingston 8 with the companionship of seven siblings.
She received her education at St. Richard's Primary, Wolmer's High, Bethlehem Teacher's College, the Institute of Management and Production, and the University of Technology.
Mrs. Wilson is a member of the Meadowvale Seventh Day Adventist Church, and enjoys cooking, reading, playing tennis, badminton, and dancing.