Journalists: Jamaica


Keisha Hill is a dynamic media and communications consultant with a reputation for innovation and a solid track record of success. With a passion for communications and public relations Hill started her own strategic public relations firm, K-Ann Hill Communications with the focus of creating a unique framework for the expert management of clients’ varied business objectives.  Her team is motivated by the challenge of taking on local and regional entities and giving them world-class exposure. 

Prior to starting her own company, Hill was a journalist with Jamaica’s leading newspaper, The Gleaner Company Limited. She worked as a reporter assigned to the news, sports and features desks. She was also responsible for coordinating a new feature section of the paper called ‘iconsumer’, and reporting all categories of stories for the editorial department both locally and internationally. In addition, her role was not only definitive to the desk, but to all other areas of publication.  She is currently on a retainer at the Gleaner Company on a contractual basis. 


K-Ann Hill Communications 
Stony Hill, Kingston 9, St. Andrew
CL: 370-3415 
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Kimberley McLeod

Kimberley McLeod is an interesting and personable young woman with a passion for Communication, Volunteerism and Geriatrics. She recently completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism with a Minor in Caribbean History at the University of the West Indies Mona and will graduate with First Class Honours in November.
Kimberley is a young Jamaican Journalist who works as a Producer and Reporter at Nationwide News Network. She was a youth advocate throughout high school and was extensively involved in co curricula activities with Cadet being her favourite.
She has represented her community and her parish as a Youth Mayor and as a Youth Parliamentarian. In these capacities she used available platforms to champion the cause of rural youth and residents.
She has 15 year old nephew with learning and developmental disabilities and as a result is deeply moved to investigate the issue of special education and special needs in Jamaica. She is intent on being a Journalist not only of Jamaica, but of the Caribbean and the world. He desire is to see human life valued and human potential nurtured.
Nationwide News Network


My name is Kayla Wright. I am a graduate of the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication with a pending bachelor of arts degree in Journalism.
I have experience in all aspects of media, ranging from audio to video editing and presentation.
I am currently working at NewsTalk93fm as a reporter, news editor and news presenter.
I am a hard and diligent worker. Whenever I am doing a task I am fully focused and I am willing to work as hard as is necessary to get the job done.
NewsTalk 93 FM


My career in Journalism began in 1994, with my first job as a trainee business reporter with the now defunct Jamaica Herald. A year later I began reporting on human interest and health beats and it was during this time that my interest in humanitarian issues, including HIV/AIDS coverage developed. 
In 1995, I was awarded the Press Association of Jamaica human-interest award for coverage of several human-interest articles.
 In 1998 the Jamaica National Building Society also awarded me for another human-interest article written while pursuing my diploma in media and communications at the University of the West Indies.
In 1997 I made a career move to the Gleaner Company where I was employed to cover various beats including court, crime, news, human interest and entertainment
In 2000, I resigned the Gleaner Company to study in the United States, where I pursued undergraduate studies in pre-law.
In 2005 I returned to Jamaica and took up a job with the Government’s News Agency  (JIS) as a reporter. Two year later, I was offered the job as a senior reporter with the Jamaica Observer and was later promoted to my current position as Associate Editor-Special Assignment.
I have participated in numerous journalist training sessions both locally and abroad to include a Reuters Foundation HIV/AIDS reporting course in London in 2007. I have also covered several international conferences to include the IAS Conferences in Australia, Mexico and Austria.
I am also the recipient of four PAHO awards at the national level for 2007 and 2008, the Press Association Award for Best Feature story in 2008 and Best News Story for 2010. I was also warded the Best Print story in the Fair Play Awards for 2008 and 2009.
Jamaica Observer