Aziza Lake is a feminist writer and an Antiguan & Barbudan Senator. She is particularly interested in youth development, technology, gender and women’s issues and their intersections with the laws of Antigua and Barbuda.
Growing up with the picturesque views from Seatons and Willikies, Tre' Thomas always dreamt of ethereal man-made environments nestled within the natural environment seamlessly. Now, as an architectural designer, he seeks to bring those youthful visions to life.
Naasira Mohammed always loved sports, and being a West Inidan, cricket was it. Funny enough, it was in the women in her family who instilled and encouraged this love from a young age.
After studying communications and starting her career as a sports journalist, Naasira was offered the chance to work with her favourite team: The West Indies! She jumped at the chance, which brought her to Antigua.
As a student at the Jennings Primary School, Kadeem started calling into radio shows and winning prizes by answering quizzes. He soon had name-recognition on island and from there doors began to open for him.