Chief Executive Officer of One Communications Frank Amaral joined the show to discuss the impact of technology during the pandemic and how its role could shape consumer behavior going forward.
Rashida Godwin of Titan Express joins the show to discussed the importance of knowing our history and how Bermudians can take the historical journey that her company offers.
Bermuda's 2019 Nurse of the Year Janice Mullings-George joined the show to celebrate nurses, the important role of nurses during the pandemic, careers in nursing, and of course being nurse of the year.
The Suns of Paradise series begins with Karon Robinson, Mother of Kenwandee Robinson, as she speaks with Carla Zuill about her son 11 years after his murder in broad daylight. To date no one has been charged or convicted in this case.
Department of Community and Cultural Affairs, Programmes Manager, Carlita Lodge joins us to discuss heritage month and some of the things her department has been doing since the annual parade is cancelled.
Dr. Duranda Greene, President of the Bermuda College, joined the show to discuss how the pandemic has changed the outlook of higher education and how Bermuda College is responding to new challenges and opportunities.
William Griffith, Managing Director, WCG Consulting Ltd. joined the show to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on the Global Tourism industry. Mr. Griffith is a former Director of Tourism in Bermuda (August 2008 - March 2014). He was most recently the CEO of Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc (BTMI) (October 2014 - December 2019) where he oversaw a historic turn around in tourism fortunes in 2019.
Zach Moniz from Lindo's joined the show to discuss how the pandemic has changed the grocery shopping experience and how his stores have adjusted to meet the demands of their customers.
Azuree Williams, Event & Programme Manager at Bermuda Cancer and Health Center joined us to discuss the virtual Relay for Life. Carla and Jamel also discussed pyramid schemes known multi-level marketing.
Mikaela Ian joined the show to share tips on how small businesses can navigate their way through the current crisis and what she can do to assist. She also shared extremely helpful tips on how businesses can show up for their audiences online.
Donovan Corneetz, the voice behind so many of your favorite television programs, commercials, and movies joined the show to discuss how his voice-over career got started and how he can help YOU do the same.
Executive Director of the Center Against Abuse (CAA), Laurie Shiell-Smith joined the show to discuss the key role of her organization to eliminate domestic abuse and sexual assault.
We honor and celebrate Jamari Douglas who is the Marketing Director at the Bermuda Business Development Agency. He was recently accepted into the Forbes Communications Council which is an invitation-only community for executives in communications, marketing, and public relations. He joined Carla and Jamel to discuss his recent success. Carla and Jamel also engage with viewers and listeners about racial bias.
Dr. Alison Daniels joined the show to discuss how we can adapt to this new normal. Carla and Jamel also discuss with listeners what they've been doing for self-care.
Cherri Smith of Smith & Jones Marketing joined the show to discuss her company and the impact that the pandemic has had on new and small businesses. The hosts also speak of what we've done to help other during this pandemic.
Carla and Jamel speak about whether or not August 1st is too early to take a cruise vacation.
Bermudian, Vivienne Craig joined us to discuss the Pandemic experience in Australia.
Editor of The Royal Gazette, Bermuda's only daily newspaper, Dexter Smith joins the show to discuss the current state of journalism and the current pandemic.
Carla, Shari-Lynn and Jamel speak about the phased approach governments have adopted to reopen.
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