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Hon. Eustace ‘Teco’ Lake

Hon. Eustace ‘Teco’ Lake

Constituency : St. John’s Rural South
Eustace Teko Lake has been a member of Antigua and Barbuda’s legislature since 2009, representing the people of St. John Rural South. He has fought for the things that concern Antiguans most, from development of the infrastructure, more employment opportunities and reduction in crime.

In addition to his duties as a Member of Parliament, Mr. Lake is dedicated to improving the quality of life for his neighbors and fellow citizens. He is the Chairman of the Caribbean Commonwealth Human Rights Group, an organization that works closely with international and regional groups to protect the rights of all humans. He has participated in conferences on human rights around the world and presented a position paper in Geneva entitle “The Role of Parliamentarians in the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights.”

Prior to his time in government and with the Human Rights Group, Mr. Lake worked as an Operations Manager at Bargain Centre, where he restructured staffing levels and improved the overall efficiency of the company. His strong work ethic and ability to manage difficult situations have been an asset in every job he has ever had.

A proud Antiguan, Mr. Lake studied at both Antigua State College and Saint John Fisher College, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Economics. He and his wife have three beautiful children, of whom they are exceptionally proud.