Arlene Nash Ferguson

Photograph of Arlene Nash Ferguson by Guilden Gilbert

Veteran Educator, Junkanoo Enthusiast Arlene Nash Ferguson served as an educator for 24 years, positively impacting the lives of thousands of young Bahamians. An avid proponent of Bahamian culture, she also served on the National Junkanoo Committee for many years. To Arlene Junkanoo is not just a parade – it is a celebration of history… Continue reading Arlene Nash Ferguson

Beverly Wallace Whitfield

Beverly Wallace Whitfield photographed by Nowe Harris Smith

Civic Leader, Community Activist During her years in public service, Beverly Wallace Whitfield was the first female in The Bahamas and the Caribbean to hold the position of Government Chief of Protocol. Prior to this, she served as Secretary to the first Bahamian Governor-General. Widow of freedom fighter Sir Cecil, Beverly is known as a… Continue reading Beverly Wallace Whitfield

Anthony Newbold

Portrait Photograph of Anthony Newbold by Duke Wells

Broadcast Journalist A Cat Island native, Anthony Asaph “Ace” Newbold is a pioneer in Bahamian Journalism. He has earned a reputation for integrity and strength of character over the decades of his career. He is an award-winning broadcast journalist, President of The Bahamas Press Club and Executive Board member of the ACP Press Club Federation.… Continue reading Anthony Newbold

Allan Pachino Wallace

Portrait Photograph of Allan Wallace by Scharad Lightbourne

Artist Known for his murals of mythical goddesses and spiritual faces, Allan says his inspiration is guided by his faith in God. His creations are often birthed directly from his imagination without visual references. An award-winning, self taught artist, Allan refuses to take credit for his artistic skill, and credits himself only for opening himself… Continue reading Allan Pachino Wallace