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"I’m driven by an altruistic notion of how we experience our world. The notion of ‘development’ and the consequences of how we interpret its benefits drive my quest to explore alternative possibilities.

Using communication pieces and the art of storytelling I hope to participate in our re-connection to one another and ultimately, all living species."


Masters of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy.

Columbia University, New York.


Documentary Film Making.

New York Film Academy, New York.

Licensed S Factor Teacher. Feminine Embodied Movement.

Femme!Attuned Teacher. An Emotional Tour Movement practice to access shadow & light emotions.




Rotary Club Anguilla.

“The Greatest Story of our Civilization.”

Anguilla, West Indies.

March 2015


Center for Responsible Travel – 3rd Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Tourism.

“Certification for a Sustainable Business.”

Grenada, West Indies.

October 2014


Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Creating Sustainable Livelihoods.

“Creating Financial Resilience.”

Bridgetown, Barbados.

July 2014


TEDx Bridgetown, Barbados. Redefining Wealth.

“Pirating our planet, inexhaustible treasures?”     

Bridgetown, Barbados.

November 2013


The Arbour Day Foundation

“The Energy Crisis. Reducing Residential Energy Demand Through Tree Based Conservation Programs.”

Columbia University, New York.

May 2013


Barbados Youth Business Trust.

“Strategies for Building Effective Mentoring Relationships.”

Bridgetown, Barbados.





Skyviews Sustainability Awards enable all businesses, irrespective of size to measure their progress towards sustainability and to create a resilient supporting environment. The Awards measure a businesses’ impact in 5 core areas: Biodiversity, Energy, Social Governance, Waste and Water.


March 2014


Global Synthesis of National Reports for 2014 third conference on Small Island Developing States: Measures beyond GDP.

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs.  

New York, USA.

October, 2013


Caribbean Climate Change & Biodiversity Guide for Scriptwriters.

Educational presentations on the function of mangroves.

PCI Media Impact.

New York, USA

March 2013


Atlas Barbados

The first Atlas for a Caribbean island using satellite imagery. Collated over 4,000 street names and 1,000 districts, indigenous and private sector data plotted in three scales in a 256 page Atlas. The Atlas is endorsed by the Prime Minster of Barbados and on permanent display in the Barbados Museum, 2009.



CEO of the creation, sales and distribution of tourist road maps in 11 Caribbean islands. The maps feature indigenous and commercial layers of information.

Print. Online. Smart Phone Application.

Caribbean region.

1997 to present



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