Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers is a Millennium fellow at the Atlantic Council and the Anguillan minister of education and social development and a member of the Anguillan House of Assembly responsible for social development, education, sports and library services. In these roles, Kentish-Rogers directs the advancement of policies and legislation that transforms education and social services on the island. She oversees the creation of sporting linkages with regional and international bodies to diversify Anguilla’s mono-tourism industry. She also sits as a member of the General Purposes and Finance Committee of the University of the West Indies. In 2018, she was called to the Bar in England and Wales as a barrister at law from the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. She became the first Black woman to hold the title of Miss Universe Great Britain. Two years prior, she obtained her bachelor of law degree with Honors from the University of Birmingham.