Guyanese nominated Man of the Year 2003
* due in Guyana soon Dr. Neville Campbell-Adams
Guyana Chronicle
November 27, 2003

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GUYANESE Dr. Neville Campbell-Adams has been nominated Man of the Year 2003 by the Governing Board of Editors of the American Biographical Institute (ABI).

And he is expected in Guyana by this weekend on a short visit.

Dr. Campbell-Adams, who is based in Maryland, USA, was nominated for the prestigious title on the basis of his overall accomplishments and the impact of his contributions to society.

The ABI continually researches the achievements of men and women from around the world and most are recognized in the Institute's internationally acclaimed Who's Who publications.

Born in Georgetown, Dr. Campbell-Adams attended St. Barnabas Anglican School and Tutorial High School.

He holds degrees from the University of London, Southeastern University and Kensington University.

He is a product of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking (Rutgers University) and the Bankers School of Agriculture (Cornell University).

As a banker, lecturer, and consultant, Dr. Campbell-Adams serves on several charitable organizations, including Bowie State University, The YMCA, Operation Hope, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

He is also the author of three books.

He was in Guyana recently with Guyanese Assisting in Development (GUYAID).