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Mr.Martin was born in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad to an entrepreneurial father and loving mother. He retired in 2008 from the Organization of American States (OAS) as its premiere English/Spanish speaking radio broadcaster. In 1977 he was one of the first volunteer broadcasters to be on the airwaves of WPFW 89.3 FM and remains one of its earliest personalities.He served in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago military prior to migrating to the U.S. in the 1960s where he went to school at Federal City College, now University of the District of Columbia ehere he earned his B.A. in Computer Science. He is the first of eight siblings and has lived in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for the past three decades. He has raised two children and two grandchildren alongside of his wife of more than 40 years.Mr. Martin's past work includes interviews with entertainment giants and political dignitaries such as calypsonians the Mighty Sparrow, Chalkdust (Dr. Holllis Liverpool) and Growling Tiger as well as reggae legends Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. When asked about interviews he has enjoyed other than musicians, Mr.Martin highly reagards his interivews with Colin Powell, secretary of state (2001–2005), Michael Manley, Jamaican prime minister (1972–1980, 1989–1992) and Forbes Burnham, Guyanese prime minister and president (1964-1985). Contact Mr. Martin at
Ms. Martin was born of Trinidadian parentage in Washington, DC and raised in Maryland. She graduated from the University of Maryland College Park in 2000 with a B.A in Liberal Arts focus on Communication Theory and earned a Masters of Public Administration from Strayer University. She has worked with the DC government for near four years as a business development and compliance specialist.She is a founding member of CCI and has volunteered with Caribbeana Radio Services for the past 15 years by working on the Community Calendar and co-hosting the Comedy Festival with Mr. Martin. Ms. Martin's involvement with CCI has included preparing its business plan, completing its nonprofit application, devising a strategic action plan, and helping to coordinate the development of CCI‘s first board of directors‘. Her affiliations include Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.-Gamma chapter of Washington, DC (2001), American Association of Grant Professionals (AAGP)-(2007), and St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church (1995). Contact Ms. Martin at
Mr. Bernard graduated from Howard University‘s School of Business with a B.A. He volunteers as the engineer on WPFW Caribbeana radio program on a weekly basis and fills in as host when the producer is not available. He currently works part-time with Pacifica Radio, WPFW 89.3 FM and Radio Free Asia in Washington, DC. His passion and interest include international futbol, considered as soccer in the United States. He is an avid fan of Soca Warriors Heavily into the arts and entertainment of the Caribbean, with a background in playing the trombone.He is considered a really cool guy. Over the past year and half he served as a liaison for CCI’s website. He is experienced as a Development Assistant and Web Master. Contact Bryan at
Von Martin, Executive ProducerBryan Bernard,’ Bryan B’, Chief EngineerJasmin Blackman, News BroadcasterIan Edwards, Sports Broadcaster
Angelo Telesford, University of Maryland Baltimore County (Summer 2012/2013) Johana Daley, University of Maryland (Summer 2011)
Mr. Kenyatta, Website SubcommitteeDelese Harvey, PhotographerAnn VidaleBrenda MartinChardelle Moore David HillDoris JohnsonJillian MooreMacy KindeSheena FletcherTreena Wynter
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