Top Caribbean Executives Feature: Dr. Kerry Anne Perkins

Remember the Gordons? @meetthegordons - The beautiful couple whose wedding took place during the 2020 Black Lives Matter protest and resulted in the most powerful wedding photos ever. The bride is Jamaican born Kerry Anne, a highly successful soldier, and OBGYN. A remarkable woman with a huge heart, she can often be found sharing really

Top Caribbean Executives Feature: Dr. Kerry Anne Perkins 2021-02-05T14:35:54-04:00

Planting Roots “In His Garden”– Designer Alina Khoury launches AIKA Studio at home in the DR

Alina Khoury is an island girl at heart – born and raised in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, she is happiest in the sun and near water. Having grown up in a large and close-knit family, she remembers fondly visiting her Grandparents’ home in Barahona, where she and her cousins would play in the orchard and

Planting Roots “In His Garden”– Designer Alina Khoury launches AIKA Studio at home in the DR 2021-02-01T11:31:32-04:00

Transitions: The Ins and Outs of Life Phases – Relationships

“Love is a two-way street constantly under construction.” – Carroll Bryant Most of us have some idea of the kind of romantic relationship we dream of having. We anticipate the longing, the partnership, and emotional and sexual connection with another person. We assume that this heady experience will last forever and that we will live

Transitions: The Ins and Outs of Life Phases – Relationships 2020-12-21T16:19:49-04:00

Diana McIntyre-Pike Jamaica inducted into Int’l Tourism Hall of Heroes

Diana McIntyre-Pike was welcomed and selected of one of 17 persons internationally to the International Tourism Hall of Heroes recognizing her wide-ranging expertise and accomplishments in the tourism industry with community tourism. She has been serving her Jamaica community and gave her self-less services to the better of tourism to many parts in the world

Diana McIntyre-Pike Jamaica inducted into Int’l Tourism Hall of Heroes 2020-12-14T11:57:56-04:00

Transitions: The Ins and Outs of Life Phases – Self

I recently started thinking about the “self”; who we are, who we have been and who we will become. As an Adlerian therapist, I have long concluded that we all want to “become”. What we aspire to is in large part informed by ideas we have about the possibilities that we see for ourselves. Naturally,

Transitions: The Ins and Outs of Life Phases – Self 2020-11-25T09:36:28-04:00

Dancehall Artist, Spice, Gives Her Bae a Birthday to Remember

Jamaican dancehall recording artist Grace Latoya Hamilton, who also goes by the stage name Spice, has proven that her relationship with Justin Budd isn't ballyhoo. The 38-year-old mother of two took to her Instagram (@Spiceofficial) on Justin's birthday, posting loved up pictures of them in matching outfits with the caption — "Help me wish mi

Dancehall Artist, Spice, Gives Her Bae a Birthday to Remember 2020-11-20T13:32:39-04:00

Congratulations to the Recently-Elected Women of U.S. Politics

The United States has always been in the limelight of world politics. It is no wonder that the whole world watched the 2020 U.S. elections as it was evident that there was something about these elections that was going to tip the scales. And tip the scales it did! The election brought us a record

Congratulations to the Recently-Elected Women of U.S. Politics 2020-11-10T15:52:08-04:00

Transitions: The ins and outs of Life Phases – Careers

COVID-19 has been a major global life event for all seven billion people on the planet. For the first time in 102 years, the whole world has been forced to reckon with a collective problem for which there is no immediate or universally applicable solution. Understandably, COVID-19 has forced all of us to examine our

Transitions: The ins and outs of Life Phases – Careers 2020-09-21T10:00:09-04:00

A Symbol of Love and Hope: This Philadelphia Couple Got Married Alongside a BLM Protest

Among a sea of protesters and loud "Black Lives Matter" chants, Dr. Kerry-Anne and Michael Gordon held hands while holding up the other in a fist in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter protesters in Philadelphia. The couple's wedding has gone viral as their last-minute ceremony became a symbol of love and hope. "We wanted

A Symbol of Love and Hope: This Philadelphia Couple Got Married Alongside a BLM Protest 2020-07-28T13:51:17-04:00

Women to Watch

  The Wanderlust  Anquanette Gaspard is a food and travel entrepreneur, freelance writer, blogger, and social media influencer, who uses her platforms to share the beauty of Caribbean food and culture. Oftentimes, stories told about Caribbean culture are from the perspective of storytellers from outside the region. Born and raised in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin

Women to Watch 2019-08-16T18:29:51-04:00