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Consul General Linda Mackey

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A Message to Bahamians and friends of The Bahamas.

The relationship between Miami and The Bahamas is rich in history. From as early as the City of Miami’s incorporation in 1896, some one third of the male voters were Bahamian immigrants. As partners with the United States, and more specifically the administration in Miami and South Florida, your contribution and cooperation between us is growing stronger by the year.

Our Consulate is the home to all Bahamians in South Florida, and you are welcome to visit as we seek to serve you and the many friends of The Bahamas. Our services include new passport enrollment, renewals, emergency travel documents, visas, legalization, and deportation.

Together with my team, our mission is to protect Bahamians and promote the interest of The Bahamas. With a Diaspora exceeding twenty thousand in South Florida, our Prime Minister, the Right honorable Dr. Hubert A. Minnis has mandated that we register all Bahamians living in the United States. Such registry will provide us with talent, intellectual capital and historical data.

It is our desire that our website provides you with the necessary information to understand our Art and Culture, appreciate our natural beauty – islands in the sun, and induce your investment interest in real estate, business investment and blissful vacation.

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Biography

Linda Diane Mackey

Linda Diane Mackey was appointed Consul-General of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in Miami on October 01 st , 2017 by Bahamian Prime Minister The Honourable Hubert A. Minnis.

Consul-General Mackey received her primary and secondary education at the Ridgeland Primary School and St. Anne’s High School in Nassau. She continued her post-secondary educational studies in Business Administration at Meritus University in New Brunswick, Canada. The Consul-General served most recently as the President of a boutique real estate firm in Nassau. Her career has also seen her in prior managerial roles in the insurance and luxury clothing industries.

The Consul-General has a long history of involvement in the political spectrum of the Bahamas, first having joined the governing Free National Movement (FNM) Party in 1985 as a campaign worker. The Consul-General has worked every election since, including in 2012 as the Campaign Manager for the constituency of Killarney. She has risen through the ranks of the party having served as an Executive on the FNM Council, and as Deputy Treasurer.

The Consul-General is actively involved in both civic and religious organizations. She is passionate about assisting and mentoring youth and troubled teens. As an active member of New Providence Community Church, she is involved in numerous community assistance ventures.  Mrs. Mackey is married Stephen Mackey, the Chief Executive Officer of MIP Bahamas, and is the mother to four adult children, and four grandchildren.