Henry George Dyer, L.L.B. (HONS) C.L.E, S.A.H. born on the 27th day of January 1939, in the town of Roseau, in the Parish of St. George, in the Commonwealth of Dominica.
Mr. Dyer attended the Dominica Grammar School, and Ryerson Institute (now Ryersa University) of Toronto, Canada, where he graduated with a Certificate in Business Administration, in 1965.
In 1973, he graduated with a L.L.B (HONS) Degree from the Law Faculty of University of the West Indies, and in 1975, he graduated with a Legal education Certificate at the Sir Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and Tobago.
He was the Minister of Communication and Works and Tourism, in the Government of Dominica from 1980-1983. He held the Post of Vice President of the Dominica Bar Association and Vice Chairman of the Human Rights Institute of the International Bar Association.
He held the posts of Attorney General of Dominica and Minister of Labour and Immigration, Registrar of the Supreme Court in Dominica and Senior Crown Counsel in the Atto9rney General Chambers in Barbados, Director of Public Prosecutions Dominica. He was Chairman of the Planning Appeals Board in Dominica, Deputy Chairman of the Dominica Social Security Board and Deputy Chairman of the Dominica Water Authority.
He held the post of President of the Roseau Co-operative Credit Union for 4 years. He was also a Director of the O.E.C.S. Home Mortgage Bank in St. Kitts.
He was inducted into the WHO's WHO Historical Society of the U.S.A. for his Professional Accomplishment for the period 2001-2001. He received the 2nd highest Award, the Sisserou Award of Honour in Dominica.
He was inducted in the Order of the International Ambassadors at the 2010 World Forum at St. John's College Cambridge England where he received a Gold Medal. He delivered a paper on the need for the De-Linking of Dominica from the Privy Council, which was organized by the American Biographical Institute and the International Biographical Centre, England.
He has represented Dominica and the Cava Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies in both Football and Cricket and was Captain of the Commonwealth Cricket Club of Toronto, Canada, Captain of both Cricket and Football of the Blackburn Sports Club of Roseau, Dominica.