Mr. Terry Romain
Terry Romain was born in Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles.
He did his primary and secondary studies at the Mont Fleuri school. He attended the Seychelles’ Polytechnic where he obtained his O levels and A levels from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Mr. Romain went on to study at the Budapest University of Economics Sciences and Public Administrations in Hungary, where he obtained his Bachelor of Economics and Business Administration.
He started his career in diplomacy as an Assistant Protocol Officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He also worked a short while as an Economist with the Ministry of Economic Planning before returning to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration in 2007 to occupy the post of Economist. He was then promoted Director of Protocol which he occupied until 2009 when he transferred to the post of Principal Economist with the Ministry.
Mr. Romain’s first posting came in 2012 when he occupied the post of Senior Counselor at the Embassy of Seychelles in Abu Dhabi. He returned to Seychelles to take up the post of Director in the Division of Development and Regional Integration.
Mr. Romain left the Ministry in 2017 to work at the National Assembly of Seychelles and rejoined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a year later to be posted at the Seychelles High Commission in London as Principal Counsellor, until 2022 when he returned to Seychelles to occupy the post of Principal Counsellor at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2022, he did a third posting, returning to the Seychelles Embassy in Abu Dhabi as Chargé d’Affaires until October 2023, when he returned to Seychelles to occupy the post of Chief of Protocol.
He was appointed Chief of Protocol on 02 October 2023.
Mr. Romain grew up at Forệt Noire. He currently resides at Perseverance.
He enjoys doing volunteer work and travelling.