If she were to be elected, would the elephants leave the room?

Breaking through the glass ceiling: On November 8, 2016, the world paused as it waited all night and watched one of the world’s most recognized woman’s quest to become president of the United States fall short in disbelief. Former U.S. First Lady & Presidential Candidate: Hillary-Clinton Quietly, I still believe that elephant in the room remainContinue reading If she were to be elected, would the elephants leave the room?

Commentary: Haiti: Hallowed ground: Centuries of balancing natural and human disasters

On January 12, 2010, several began to take a closer look at island of Haiti after a massive earthquake displaced and killed hundreds of thousands of people in the capital city of Port-au-Prince. I am not a scholar of Haiti’s politics, civil protection service, disaster preparedness, leadership, GDP, or religious philosophy. Therefore, I will leaveContinue reading Commentary: Haiti: Hallowed ground: Centuries of balancing natural and human disasters

Commentary: This Women’s History Month, let’s honour Portia Simpson-Miller, former PM of Jamaica

Women in Politics: Though I am not qualified to speak on women issues, I am fortunate that I grew up in an era that admired, and still strives to develop respect for women and their accomplishments where their gender tends always to be in negotiation. (Former-P.M. Jamaica- Portia Simpson-Miller) This region still has a socialContinue reading Commentary: This Women’s History Month, let’s honour Portia Simpson-Miller, former PM of Jamaica