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CMP022 - Write the chapters of your life by following your Heart with Sunity Maharaj - MD of the Lloyd Best Institue of the West Indies
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has dedicated her life to journalism. She was introduced to the field as a young lady and never looked back. Her journey has seen her hold positions like Editor-in-Chief of the Trinidad Express, News Director of TV6 and Group Executive for Editorial & Content Development at One Caribbean Media. Today she is the Managing Director of the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies (LBIWI); an organization started by her late great husband. She is also editor of The Trinidad and Tobago Review, a media consultant, journalism lecturer, head of her own multi-media production company and a columnist with the Sunday Express. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…Let’s meet Ms. Sunity Maharaj.
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has a very distinctive voice. Over the past 25 years, his voice has informed us of the news and current events locally, regionally and internationally. Being the co-host of the leading morning radio talk show his voice has and continues to inspire national conversation and guide public opinion. His professionalism and straightforwardness has led him to represent various charitable organizations, sit on various company boards and even in the recent past become the President of his profession’s association…the Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago. He loves journalism and getting the real backstory of an incident. Ladies and gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…let’s meet Mr. Dale Enoch
CMP039 - Thank those who tell you No...with Renee Cummings - Criminologist and Criminal Justice Consultant
Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor has mastered several very distinctive careers. Her career began in the media industry, where she moved from a newspaper reporter to a broadcast journalist and then to create history as the Caribbean’s first female television sportscaster. She is also the only broadcaster to host the country’s top three network television morning shows. Today she is the Executive Director of the Caribbean Anti-Violence Institute (CAVI) and the Renaissance Juvenile Justice Assessment Centre (RJJAC). She has emerged as a powerful voice as she advocates for a best practice criminal justice policy, in particular for child protection, justice for children, gender-responsive interventions for girls, and a trauma-informed criminal justice system. She holds a triple bachelor’s degree, special honors and magna cum laude, in politics, philosophy and media studies with a minor in creative writing. She also holds a Master’s of Science in Education and Rehabilitation Counseling, a Master’s of Arts in Criminal Justice and a Master’s of Arts Certificate in Terrorism Studies. She was honored at City Hall in New York City with a Proclamation from the City of New York for her outstanding contribution to New York’s Caribbean community and by various other international and local organizations. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation…let’s meet Ms. Renee Cummings