, JP, MP .

Walter H. Roban, JP, MP was first elected to office December 18, 2007. He currently serves as Junior Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing. Roban is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, where he received a Bachelors Degree in Business and International Studies. He then furthered his studies at the University of Birmingham in England where he received a Masters of Arts Degree in International Studies, specialising in international politics, political risk and foreign policy analysis. Walter is a former government Senator and held the Junior Ministerial portfolios of Health & Family Services, Tourism & Transport and Education and Development, serving in the Senate from 2003 to 2006. He joined the Bermuda Progressive Labour Party Youth Wing, Progressive Youth, in the late 1980's, serving as its Chairman and representative to the party's Central Committee from 1991 to 1993. In 1995 he was elected to the position of Secretary General of the PLP, which he held until August 1999. Walter served as deputy chairman of the PLP Campaign Committee for November 1998 election, playing a key role in all aspects of the historic national election campaign. In 2003, he was appointed to the PLP's Executive where he held the positions of Acting Secretary General Membership and Acting Public Relations Officer. In addition, he was spokesman for the election campaign as well as a Campaign Committee member. In 1995, Walter worked on the team that revised the PLP independence policy. Later in 2005, he chaired the Committee that was responsible for drafting an update of the Bermuda Progressive Labour Party's policy on Independence which was submitted to the Bermuda Independence Commission (BIC). Walter Roban is currently an Assistant Vice President and Internal Risk Officer for the Bank of Bermuda HSBC, GPB Private Bank. He is engaged to Barrister Nadine Francis and they are proud parents to their daughter Zara.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP was first elected to office December 18, 2007. He currently serves as Minister of Health appointed to the position 28 August 2009 after being Acting Minister of Health since late July.

He served as Junior Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing from February 2008 and was appointed to Cabinet June 23 as Minister Without Portfolio.

Mr. Roban is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta , Georgia , where he received a Bachelors Degree in Business and International Studies. He then furthered his studies at the University of Birmingham in England where he received a Masters of Arts Degree in International Studies, specialising in international politics, political risk and foreign policy analysis.

A young man with a passion for politics and the community, he joined the Bermuda Progressive Labour Party Youth Wing, Progressive Youth, in the late 1980's. He served as its Chairman and representative to the party's Central Committee from 1991 to 1993. In 1995 he was elected to the position of Secretary General of the PLP, which he held until August 1999.

In 1995, Mr. Roban worked on the team that revised the PLP independence policy. Ten years later in 2005, he was selected to chair the Committee that was responsible for drafting an update of the Bermuda Progressive Labour Party's policy on Independence which was submitted to the Bermuda Independence Commission (BIC).

Mr. Roban served as deputy chairman of the PLP Campaign Committee for November 1998 election, playing a key role in all aspects of the historic national election campaign. In 2003, he was appointed to the PLP's Executive where he held the positions of Acting Secretary General Membership and Acting Public Relations Officer. In addition, he was spokesman for the election campaign as well as a Campaign Committee member.

Mr. Roban is a former government Senator and held the Junior Ministerial portfolios of Health & Family Services, Tourism & Transport and Education and Development, serving in the Senate from 2003 to 2006.

Walter H. Roban minister of health in Bermuda
 

map of Bermuda regions

Bermuda is divided into nine parishes and two municipalities.

Bermuda's nine parishes:

Bermuda's two incorporated municipalities:

Bermuda's two informal villages:

Another informal village was raised in the years of the early settlement of the islands, though the name is still used for the area.

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