I was born in Kingston, Jamaica and migrated to the United States in 1976 where I studied at Greeley Community College for a year and then transferred to Long Island University graduating with a BA in Journalism in 1982 and a MBA Finance and Management in 1994.More Less
After completing my journalism studies I returned to Jamaica where I worked as a news reporter for Radio Jamaica for seven years. On my return to the United States in 1990, I did a short stint at The New York Newsday. I worked as a teacher in the New York City Board of Education system as a teacher of Math, English and Social Studies for about two years.
I have also lectured at St. Joseph's College in Patchogue New York in the area of money and banking.
Since 1996 I have worked for several major banking and brokerage houses mainly as a Business Analyst Consultant. I decided to take more control of my destiny and settled into the Real Estate business.
The reason for choosing the Real Estate business is because it gives me a great opportunity to serve people in a meaningful way, receive instant gratification and monetary rewards.
Along with my foray into the Real Estate market, I presently serve as President of Love & Hope International (lahm-int.org), a charitable organization which raises funds to help underprivileged children in the Caribbean.
As a political junkie, I relax in the evenings by watching the talk shows on MSNBC. My favorite sports basketball, soccer and cricket.