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Joy

12 Jun: Guyanese/American Television Host, Joy Reid, Inducted into ICS ‘Wall of Fame’

WASHINGTON, DC June 10, 2018 (CMC)  — Guyanese American television host Joy-Ann Reid has been inducted into the into the “Wall of Fame” of the Washington-based Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS)  Reid, is also a political analyst, journalist, and national correspondent for MSNBC. Reid was born in Brooklyn, New York to a father from the Democratic Republic of Congo and a Guyanese mother. She graduated from Harvard University in Massachusetts with a concentration in film…

Delece Barrow-Smith

12 Jul: She Rocks! Meet Delece Smith-Barrow, Accomplished Writer & Education Journalist

Delece Smith-Barrow is a lifelong writer and journalism enthusiast. She is a higher education reporter at U.S. News & World Report, where she covers admissions challenges and student life issues for graduate students, as well as minorities in college and graduate school. She also edits stories on trends in online education and how to pay for an education. Prior to working as an education reporter, she worked as a producer, online editor and writer at…

16 Jul: Journalist/PR Guru, Sherry Ann-Dixon, Shines Bright Like a Diamond!

We already know that GG Sherry Ann Dixon rocks,  but 2014 is certainly her year to shine. The CEO of Women on The Crossroads and UK-based PR Guru,  Radio Broadcaster, Journalist, Lecturer and inspirational Public Speaker has added another name to her list of accomplished titles.  She is now the Patron of Screen Nation  Creme de la Femme.  Crème de la Femme is a sensational new 4 star networking and fine dining experience for specially chosen…

02 Jun: She Rocks! Waveney Ann Moore: Award Winning Journalist/ Pulitzer Prize Finalist

Waveney Ann Moore is a general assignment reporter for the Tampa Bay Times. She covers a wide range of topics in the metropolitan area, most recently the debate over the future of the St. Petersburg Pier. She was a finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for “For Their Own Good,” about abuse at Florida’s oldest reform school. The series won the Dart Award for covering trauma, the Casey Medal for exemplary reporting on children and…

21 Oct: She Rocks! Gaiutra Bahadur – Award Winning Author/Journalist/Book Critic

Gaiutra Bahadur is a New York-based Guyanese-born journalist and book critic who writes frequently about the culture and politics of global migration. Her reporting, criticism and essays have appeared in The New York Times Book Review, Washington Post Book World, The Nation, The Virginia Quarterly Review, The (London) Observer and Ms., among other publications. Coolie Woman: The Odyssey of Indenture is her first full-length book. A former daily newspaper staff writer, Gaiutra has covered schools,…

14 Jun: She Rock! Felicia Juanita Persaud, Media Powerhouse/Global Investment Expert

Guyanese-born media powerhouse and business mogul, Felicia Juanita Persaud, has made notable achievements and strides in the Investment and PR industries.   The 39 year old award-winning journalist is  the founder  CaribPR Wire; a PR and news agency focused on the distinct Caribbean, Caribbean American and ethnic marketplace,  Hard Beat Communications; a Special Events, Promotions and Digital Media Solutions Company and Invest Caribbean Now, a company that connects global investors with investment opportunities in the…

11 Jun: Cover Girl: Journalist “Sherry Dixon” talks to Nubia Magazine and Keeps on Rocking!

UK-based Journalist and Life Skills Speaker,  Sherry Dixon, who we featured back in October 2012  (Sherry Dixon, admitted to Black 100+ Hall Of Fame), recently graced the cover of Nubia Magazine and discusses her life and work in the community. This G.G. was also one of the recipients of the 2013 Stephen Lawrence Women’s Award – named after the slain 18 year old black youth whose 1993 murder galvanized London and forced its criminal justice…