Ms. Dawne Spicer was appointed Executive Director for the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) on February 1st, 2018. Ms. Spicer is an Attorney at Law by profession, with twenty-seven years of experience in the area of AML/CFT/PF. Ms. Spicer holds a Bachelor of Business Degree in Accounting (Honours), a Juris Doctor (JD) Degree and a Legal Education Certificate (LEC) from Howard University School of Business, Howard University School of Law and the Hugh Wooding Law School respectively. Ms. Spicer has been admitted to both the Pennsylvania Bar and Trinidad and Tobago Bar. Ms. Spicer began her AML/CFT career in 1992 with the Ministry of National Security, Trinidad and Tobago and joined the CFATF in 2001. Ms. Spicer was appointed as a Co-Chair of the FATF Working Group - the Global Network Coordination Group (GNCG) in 2012 and continues to hold this post. Ms. Spicer provides AML/CFT/PF-related technical assistance and training to Member countries, local, regional and international organizations. Ms. Spicer has participated in roles as a Reviewer, Assessor, and Head of Mission for the Mutual Evaluations of CFATF Member countries for all four rounds of the mutual evaluation process. Most recently (2018-2019), Ms. Spicer was appointed as a Commissioner on the Lichtenstein Initiative, which was a Financial Sector Commission addressing the issue of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.