Sam Condor was born on 4th November 1949. He attended the Irish Town Primary School and Basseterre High School before moving abroad to study. Sam graduated with a Diploma in Development studies from Ruskin College Oxford and a BA (Hons) in Economics from the University of Sussex in Brighton.
Sam was Vice-Chairman and Youth Coordinator for Young Labour before being elected to parliament in 1989 as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party.
Sam was re-elected to parliament as Deputy Leader in 1995, 2000 and 2004 and has served as Minister of Foreign Affairs, International trade, CARICOM affairs, community and social development, gender affairs, social security, telecommunications and technology, education and youth and social development.
In Trade and CARICOM Affairs Sam has emerged as a regional spokesperson and leader on the challenges facing the region. On the home front he has worked to increase public access to telecommunications, increase the minimum wage, pensions and other benefits of social security and amend the Protection of Employment Act.