Kamina Johnson-Smith

Kamina Johnson-Smith is a Jamaican attorney and politician. A member of the Jamaica Labour Party, Johnson-Smith is currently the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade in the second Holness cabinet. Since 2012, Johnson-Smith is also a member of the Senate.


Kamina Johnson-Smith

Smith in 2017
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade
Assumed office
7 March 2016
Appointed byAndrew Holness
Personal details
BornSt. Andrew, Jamaica
Political partyJamaica Labour Party

Personal life

Born in St. Andrew, Jamaica, Johnson-Smith is one of four children of former diplomat Anthony Johnson,[1] and is married to Mr. Jason Smith. She received a Master of Laws in Commercial Law from the London School of Economics, a Bachelor of Laws from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill and a Bachelor of Arts in French and International Relations from the University of the West Indies, Mona.[2]

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