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Melody Cammock, Director
Melody Cammock, the company’s founder and managing director, is a creative thinker, relationship focused, and deeply committed to ensuring the goals of the company’s clientele are not only met but exceeded. By consistently utilizing cutting edge innovations coupled with a zest to express avant-garde strategies, she has been able to successfully design and implement marketing and communications plans characterized by creativity, vision, uniqueness and success. Melody has an MA in Corporate Communications from the University of Leeds and MBA, with Honours in Global Consumer Marketing from the University of Liverpool.
Suzzanne Cousins, Communications Officer
Suzzanne Cousins is a fun-loving, committed and outgoing ball of energy. With a Bachelor degree in Journalism, her calling is to probe well and to report better. Being small is no deterrent for her because her big personality makes up for it. With a God-centre mind and goal-oriented drive, she is motivated by positive energy and good vibes.
Carolyn Johnson, Communications Executive
Carolyn Johnson is a charismatic, jovial spirit, with a balanced attitude and a knack for asking provocative questions that prompt critical thinking. Her skills include producing a range of promotional materials including press releases and newsletter articles, special features and media relations. Personable and confident, she is very client focused and thrives in a team environment. She also holds a BA in Media & Communications, Upper Second Class, from the University of the West Indies.
Romae Kirton, Integrated Marketing Communications and Special Projects Officer
Romae Kirton is a dedicated, goal-oriented and creative mind. Armed with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) Degree in Integrated Marketing Communication from the University of the West Indies (Mona), she offers an array of skills in public relations, advertising and social marketing. A big personality in a compact size, Romae epitomises being 'Likkle but Tallawah!'