My name is Samuel Roberts. Born of an Antiguan father and a Barbudan
Mother I consider myself Antiguan and Barbudan in the truest sense of the
term. My passions include pan, sports, teaching and communication. I have
lived all my life in All Saints and have reaped the benefits of growing up
in such a diverse community. I play team sports very well, I understand
that hard work brings reward and I communicate very well with others. I
consider it a privilege to be a part of of the organization that started
the process of opening up the airwaves to the average citizen.
Vivian Anthony Michael
Vivian Anthony Michael has been with The OBSERVER Group for over 10 years.
He has worked in varying capacities and is presently a member of the
Production Department at The Daily OBSERVER as well as a Big Stories
presenter. Vivian has a background in poetry and the literary arts and is
the creator of Writers Block, a weekly column devoted to exposing writers
Lynroy Samuel Jr
Lynroy Samuel Jr, a News Producer/Journalist, joined the OBSERVER Newsroom
in 2005 after years working in the construction, airline, and banking
industries. He can be reached at email@example.com or 725 9120.
Martina Johnson is a reporter with OBSERVER, with a primary beat that
includes court and the police blotter. Martina started working with the
company in 2007, but her foray into media began in her native Guyana, when
she was 16, reporting court news.
She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cherisse Constant is currently a sub-editor at The Daily OBSERVER. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in business journalism from Baruch College, a City University Of New York. Before joining this newspaper as a reporter in May 2000, she worked as an intern at Successful Meetings magazine and American Metal Market, both trade publications. She is an alumnus of Fiorello LaGuardia High School of Music & Arts.
Sub-editor Juliet Benjamin taught in the public school system for over thirty years. She entered the media profession as a part-timer, proofreading and fitting in where needed, eventually making the crossover having found her stride in news. She left Observer for two years, during which time she was the News Editor at the state-owned ABS Radio and Television, before returning to The Daily OBSERVER as a sub-editor, where she has been for the past three years.