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This Week's Feature
Author Kishawnie Henry
Paralyzed at 17 years old from a gunshot, Virgin Islander Kishawnie Henry discusses how his upbringing in the ghetto influenced his novel, Dark Paradise, in this episode of the Unstoppable Yes You podcast.
Season 5 - Rising Caribbean Content Creators
In this series, five content creators of Caribbean heritage share how they have gained social influence across Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok, and YouTube. Listen to the entire series.
St. Croix, Virgin Islands
Creator of What Yuh Know
Trinidad & Tobago
St. John, Virgin Islands
Season 4 - Caribbean Women in Tech
Black Caribbean women are thriving in the technology field. Learn how these phenomenal women got their start in tech and how they are navigating the everyday challenges as Black women in Tech. Listen to the entire series.
LaToya Westbrooks Keeling
Senior UX Researcher
LaToya made the transition from finance to tech by clarifying her professional goals and expectations. Learn how she did it.
Chief Technology Officer
Monica's West Indian roots prepared her to handle the bigotry she faced as a black woman in tech. Learn how she rose up the ranks.
Platform Site Reliability Engineer
Chelsea, a former Gates Millennium Scholarship recipient is driving operational excellence at Twitter. Learn how.
“It always seems impossible until it's done.”
— Nelson Mandela