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Michael H. Dunkley
|12th Premier of Bermuda|
19 May 2014 – 19 July 2017
|Deputy||Everard T. (Bob) Richards (Retired 2017)|
Ginny Ferson (Acting)
|Preceded by||Craig Cannonier|
|Succeeded by||Edward David Burt|
|Born||18 June 1958|
|Political party||One Bermuda Alliance|
|Alma mater||University of Richmond
George Washington University
Mr. Dunkley was the 12th Premier of Bermuda until his party, the One Bermuda Alliance (OBA), was defeated in a landslide victory for the Progressive Labour Party (PLP) on 18 July 2017. Dunkley resigned as leader of the OBA on 19 July 2017.
Early life and education
Dunkley is the son of Henry "Bill" Harlow Dunkley (1928-1975) and Marye Lee Dunkley (née O'Dea). He was educated at Saltus Grammar School in Bermuda, Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, and graduated from University of Richmond and George Washington University in 1980.
He first entered politics in 1997 with his election to The House of Assembly in Bermuda. On December 17, 2012, the One Bermuda Alliance won the general election and Dunkley was appointed the Deputy Premier and Minister of Public Safety. He has been often recognized by the Best of Bermuda Gold Awards published by the Bermudian Magazine for his work in politics and in 2007 was voted "Most Effective Politician."
As a businessman he is Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Dunkley's Dairy, a milk processing plant and one of the island's largest food importers. Vice President of Island Properties Ltd, a property management company and is President of Dunkley's Management Holdings Ltd, a management consultant company.
On 23 May 1981 he married Pamela and had 2 daughters (Christine and Brooke) with her.
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