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|Minister Plenipotentiary of Sint Maarten|
19 November 2015 – 15 January 2018
|Prime Minister||William Marlin|
|Preceded by||Josianne Fleming-Artsen|
|Succeeded by||Hasani Ellis (as Deputy Minister Plenipotentiary)|
|Born||30 August 1962|
|Political party||National Alliance|
Henrietta Doran-York (born 30 August 1962) is a politician from Sint Maarten. She was Minister Plenipotentiary of Sint Maarten from 19 November 2015 until 15 January 2018. She previously served as Deputy Minister Plenipotentiary. Doran-York is a member of the National Alliance party, and has run in several elections.
Doran-York had a career in the prison system of Sint Maarten, then under control of the Netherlands Antilles. She eventually became head supervisor. In the 2010 Netherlands Antilles general election, Doran-York obtained a seat. In 2011 she became a manager at the Sint Maarten Ministry of Justice. In May 2015 she became head of the Windward Islands Civil Servants Union/Private Sector Union.
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