Annalee Davis

Visual artist Annalee Davis works around issues of post-plantation economies by engaging with the landscape of Barbados where she lives. Working at the intersection of biography and history, she has been making and showing her work regionally and internationally since the early nineties. She was in residence at Delfina Foundation, London, UK in August 2016…

Alanna Lockward

Lockward is a German-Dominican writer, journalist and filmmaker. Since 1996 she has produced, directed and conducted cultural TV programs and has been a political reporter in the Caribbean region. Her first documentary film, “Allen Report: Retracing Transnational African Methodism” was nominated for the La Silla Awards (2017). In addition, it was the first Dominican film…

Susanne Kirlew

Born and raised in London to Jamaican parents, Susanne Kirlew has been a vegetarian for over 25 years. Her British/Jamaican heritage is reflected in her cooking and baking. Though England is her home, she has also lived in Jamaica, Thailand and Crete. Apart from traveling, Susanne also enjoys trying new and creative vegetarian recipes. She…

Juliette Storr

Storr has more than a decade of experience in media, working as a journalist in the Bahamas and Michigan, where she also worked as a television producer. She taught in the communications department of both North Carolina State University and North Carolina Central University before coming to Penn State in 2005. In 2012-13, she served…

Asha Lovelace

A Filmmaker from Trinidad & Tobago, she made her debut with the short film George and the Bicycle Pump at the Toronto International Film Festival, an official selection for Planet Africa. This short won Best Short Film at the Decibel Short Film competition Trinidad 2002 among other films she has made.  Studied communication & cinema…

Penny Hynam

Before her return to Barbados in 1992, Penny Hynam had a 25-year career in Canada in film, television, arts administration and writing. A graduate of the University of Alberta with an Honours degree in English and Theatre, she worked at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and at CITY television, co-founded the documentary production company Mobius Productions,…

Candace Lela-Rolingson

Currently a master’s degree candidate at Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business (ALJGSB)- University of the West Indies, in pursuit to attain a MSc in International Master of Business Development & Innovation. She is passionate about learning and collaborating on exciting projects! WATCH POSITIVE AND PREGNANT[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Rachele Magloire

Born in Port au Prince, Haiti, Rachèle Magloire was raised in Montreal, Quebec where she graduated in Communications in 1987. Back to Haiti the same year, she worked as a reporter for the privately owned Télé Haiti and wrote for Haîti en Marche, a weekly published in Miami. In 1991 she had a brief stunt…

Charysse Harper

Being a dual citizen of the United States and Trinidad & Tobago, Charysse Tia Harper has focused projects on her Trinidad culture: award-winning film, The Other Side of Carnival (2010), T&T 50 in Fifteen (2012), and Panomundo: Part 1: The Evolution of the Steelpan (2015); and on her American identity: award-winning documentary, 12 Months (2014).…