Jahnelle Zoë Teague is a 23-year-old Antiguan currently living in Jamaica as she comes to the end of her legal studies at the Norman Manley Law School. Zoe is also the proud owner of the businesses, Profile268 and ProfileMona, online accessories boutiques.
Part 2 of our series on Sexual Health, Education & Culture.
Rosalie Richards is an Antiguan nomad, entrepreneur and digital media marketer, currently transplanted in the British Virgin Islands. From her perspective as someone who works in the online, social world, Rosalie shares her insights and observations about the online world of sex
Part 1 of our series on Sexual Health, Education & Culture.
Marseilla Jardine is a mother, writer and spoken word artist. Together with her friend, Ieshea Fabian, she co-created and co-hosts the web series, Let’s Talk Sex!
The show aims to change the conversation around sex and life in Antigua & Barbuda. It is the place to have candid conversations about sex, dating and relationships.
Ashton Hewlett Fearon is currently a Business Solutions Executive at Digicel and an entrepreneur in the mobile tech industry, having led the production of several mobile apps including TickeTing, the mobile ticketing and events management platform.
Charles Edwards is the CEO of LEO Technology Development LTD., the company under which he successfully launched the Pocket Antigua app with his partners. In addition to being a software engineer, Charles also teaches software programming and web development to local youth as part of the faculty of the GATE initiative.
After spending 10 years abroad completing a bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering, a stint in the corporate world as a web developer, and a master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence, a passion for creation and problem solving led Sven back to Antigua & Barbuda, where he set out on an entrepreneurial path.
Ruleo Camacho is a marine ecologist at the National Parks Authority of Antigua & Barbuda. He is an experienced research professional with a Master's degree from the University of Maine, focused on marine biology and marine policy.
Part 2 of our series on Sustainable Development.
Colin John Jenkins is an architect and project manager with a passion for promoting sustainable development. He is accredited in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) from the United States Green Building Council. And in 2018 he became the first WELL Accredited Professional in the Caribbean.
Doylechia Samuel's inner flame shines brightest when she is working with children. Having been a private tutor to many youngsters in her family and community, she is now working towards becoming a teacher.