Washington DC


13 Jan: Guyanese Chef is Serving Bold Caribbean Brunch Fare Saturday on Barracks Row

Via washingtoncitypaper.com Natasha Allicock is popping up inside Valor Brewpub with shumai burgers and Asian jerk oxtail. Natasha Allicock is one of the most versatile chefs in D.C., and chances are you haven’t tried her food. The private chef was born in Guyana, a Caribbean nation in South America that is a cultural and culinary melting pot. Her father’s Chinese roots and mother’s Indian roots heavily influenced her cooking career. Through her company, iChef LLC, Allicock…

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…

Dr. TanyaHinds

10 Jan: Pediatrician Dr. Tanya Hinds is Meeting the Needs of Children in Washington, DC

Dr. Tanya Hinds is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC and is certified by the American Academy of Pediatrics as a Child Abuse Pediatrician. Born in Georgetown, Guyana, Dr. Hinds migrated with her family to the US in the late 80’s.  She attended Queens College in New York before  continued her education at Howard University in Washington DC, where she received a Bachelor’s in 1994 and a…