Results are not Guaranteed; They are Earned.

Up until early October this year, I hadn’t been to the gym in almost a year and it showed. I hadn’t shaken those 20lbs I had regained from those 44lbs I shed about seven years ago. At my heaviest I was 214, at 5ft 9inches, an insomniac, workaholic and borderline hypertensive with bad eating habits.  Being on low grade hypertension pills for a spell changed my…

Made the Cover of Wealth Magazine in Jamaica!

So I’m on the cover of the current issue of Wealth Magazine!!! Grateful and Excited about sharing the space with my fellow Women in Tech Ayanna Samuels (The Triple Threat) and Allison Latchman (The Animator). Go grab your copy to read out stories. And also give an eye out for my next upcoming event Caribbean Women in Tech Summit and Career Expo. #WeAreCWIT #CWITS2018

How I Jabbed, Jabbed and Right Hooked my way into a Mission-driven Media Business

Not everyone will understand your journey, the routes you take and the sacrifices you make, but you can surely still share with them your why. After 10 years of running up and down many, many streets in the Caribbean Tech Industry and enjoying a long list of roles, communities and relationships – I am now growing a mission-driven media company focused on that same industry….

Did an Interview on The Entrepreneurial You Podcast! Kinda cool !

When you wake up and find you are all over Twitter and IG and Facebook thanks to an interview you did with Heneka Watkis Porter, the mastermind behind the podcast called The Entrepreneurial You. Always happy to share my Entrepreneurial Journey with others. I am a big believer in the power of sharing our stories – women stories, business stories, entrepreneurial stories and Caribbean stories-…

Becoming Known For What You Love

Recently a Jamaican C-Suite executive came to me for some digital personal branding advice. She had achieved a lot in corporate so far, but wanted to do more but in a new direction.  She was having one of those crossroads-come-to-Jesus moments in her life. After some initial questions over breakfast, I asked her the one question, in fact, the only question that stumped her. I…