Our Stories

Our Stories

The inspirational stories of Jamaicans in business. Our Stories is intended to highlight and promote the positive in challenging and life-altering experiences.

I would definitely not want to do a prostate test but I don’t have to worry because it is normally done for...

I love my job, but I love my daughter far more. If protecting my daughter from COVID means me leaving my work, then...

At first, it was good, I had everything at my disposal, but there comes a time when you have to just pack it up. For some people, it takes longer but for me, I just couldn’t deal with...

I’m not even going to lie. When you realize that things are not going your way because … the reality is that like myself, people are used to some sort of structure in their life and COVID basically shifted that structure. So, I found...

I thought why me because I lived and ate properly so I took it hard. It was all over my skin and it killed some of my self-esteem. I had friends who would...

So I was wrestling with the father God at that moment about my situation and the fact that I'm going to be heading back to Jamaica, how can I provide for my family? And so...

Well, I worried for a bit if I would graduate because I should be interning at this time to wrap up the requirements for my degree and I thought to myself...

I believe all individuals experience some form of mental illness throughout their lifetime. I can openly say that I suffer from anxiety attacks which I face mostly when..

There are both negatives and positives attached to it. One positive is that it shows people that a mental illness does not limit you or what you can do, normal people experience..

In this installment of Our Stories, we will explore Taneisha Noyan's journey during the coronavirus pandemic in Jamaica. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island paradise – white sandy beaches, a beautiful and vivacious culture, rich and...

TALKS WITH TESS

“Black women are made out of brown sugar, cocoa, honey and gold. And the strength of ten thousand moons”. ~ Unknown We have to accept...