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 think Chlamydia is one of those STDs that people don’t really talk about. Like it's here but you wouldn’t think it’s here if that’s the right way to put it.  Because you can have chlamydia and not show symptoms

In this installment of Our Stories, Sandra shares how she survived the Coronavirus. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island paradise – white sandy beaches, a beautiful and vivacious culture, rich and wholesome food, and attractive people....

In this installment of Our Stories, we will share how the COVID-19 pandemic affects Remzie's mental health. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island paradise – white sandy beaches, a beautiful and vivacious culture, rich and wholesome...

In this installment of Our Stories, we will explore Shavane Daley’s journey to realizing his dream of becoming a music producer. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island paradise – white sandy beaches, a beautiful and vivacious...

In this installment of Our Stories, we will take a look at the life of inspiration and upliftment lead by Afifa Aza. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island paradise – white sandy beaches, a beautiful and...

In this installment of Our Stories, we explore Moya Gabbidon’s journey to a life of independence and personal success. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island paradise – white sandy beaches, a beautiful and vivacious culture, rich...

In this installment of Our Stories, Joan Steadman shares how she transitioned from a single mother struggling to provide for her children to an entrepreneur with a successful cake business. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island...

In this installment of Our Stories, Ricardo A. Mills, tell us how serving time behind bars has made him a better person even after been deported back to his homeland Jamaica to start over. For many people, Jamaica is...

It was scary. I did not know what to expect. It was a big thing for me. But I wanted the experience badly. And I wanted to come out as a success and earn myself a job. So I spoke to...

Before starting the Bible college, CSEC was my testing ground to see whether I could still be of any use to the world. After being locked away for so many years you lose your...

TALKS WITH TESS

Last week, some of my FCW bad gyals and I did a great job at Shattering the Stereotypes of the Fat Caribbean Woman  in terms...