Celebrating Our Graduates: Congratulations to ✿Samantha & Natasha Bollers✿ – They Rock!

Congratulations goes out to the Bollers Sisters! Two young ladies who migrated to the USA from Guyana, and have achieved academic success. Samantha Nazena Bollers is a former student of Queens College (Guyana) and graduated from Cornell University (Class of 2013) with a  Degree in Government Studies.  Natasha Lazena Bollers-Robert, is former student of Bishops High School (Guyana) and a recent Graduate of  Medgar Evers College CUNY (Class of 2015)  with a Degree in Mathematics. Well done ladies!  Your accomplishments will inspire confidence in other young women … read more


She Rocks! Author, Marcia S. Shury, Triumphs Over Hearing Loss

“The handicap of deafness is not in the ear; it is in the mind.”   These are the words of actress, Marlee Matlin, and Marcia Shury is determined to live in this truth. “Silent Hearer” chronicles the story of Marcia S. Shury as her happy childhood was turned upside down due to the onset of a sudden partial hearing loss.  The book details how she rose above the many obstacles and frustrations that she encountered in school, in her career and relationships as she … read more


She Rocks! Guyanese, Jacqueline Graham, appointed as Caribbean Court of Justice Registrar

The Port of Spain-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has a new registrar and marshal. Guyanese national Jacqueline Graham, who took up the post from July 1, 2014, is an attorney with an MBA in Finance (University of Manchester, UK), an undergraduate degree in Management Studies (University of Guyana) and is a graduate of the Hugh Wooding Law School at St Augustine. Before her appointment at the CCJ, Graham was the legal assistant to the Chancellor of the Judiciary of Guyana … read more