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Community Profiles

Ms. Pamela Ann Tyson


pamelaanntysonCharged with the management of the St. Kitts National Netball Team for many years including 1973 and 1978 when St. Kitts won the Regional Championships. Pamela Ann Tyson distinguished herself in the Sporting world.  But being the well-rounded individual that she is Ms. Tyson’s attributes was also celebrated in the working world.  Through commitment, dedication and an iron willed fixation on excellence.  Ms Tyson navigated her way upward to a creditable and scarcely matched number of achievements throughout her career which lasted from 1950-1995.

In Ms. Tyson’s era. Being a civil servant meant being flexible. It meant being able to fit in wherever your expertise was required. It meant learning new skills and techniques to help the process of good governance. It meant going above and beyond the call of duty.

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Ozelle Martin


OzelleName: Ozelle Martin

Age: 25

Education: Bachelor of Science, Legal Studies- St. John's University

Master of Science, Global Strategic Communications- Florida International University

Companies: Pink Splash Media & Glittering Reign Pageant Coaching & Consulting


Pink Splash Media is a pioneering results-oriented digital and traditional media consultancy enthusiastically focused on exceeding the expectations of our clients. We are passionately driven to effectively impact our clients’ bottom-line by using integrated marketing tools to influence your target audience’s attitudes and behaviors, while maintaining the highest possible ethical standard.

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Rev. Dr. William M. Connor O.B.E


williamconnorHe was the pioneer of the Baptist Witness in the Federation and established

Three independence Baptist Churches (Antioch, Mt. Carmel and Calvary) in St. Kitts.

At the time of his death he was pastor of the Antioch Baptist Church for 27 years.

He received several awards and distinctions locally and internationally including the opportunity to present the keynote address when the Federation gained political independence on September, 19th, 1983.


The St. Johnson Village School was renamed the Dr. William Connor Primary School in his honour in May, 1988.

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Clarence Fitzroy Bryant


Clarence-Fitzroy-BryantClarence Fitzroy Bryant was born on 27th February 1937 in Antigua. His early education was at Miss Ruth Elmes Private School and the Hilda Davis Primary School both in Antigua. At the age of 9 he moved to St. Kitts with is mother, Mr. Anne Liburd, and attended the St. Johnson’s Village School at the time headed by George Elroy Lewis.

  At age 11 he won the Lord Blackburne Scholarship to the St. Kitts-Nevis Grammar School. At age 16 he graduated with his Senior Cambridge Higher Education Certificate.

He taught for a number of years at the St. Kitts-Nevis Grammar School. Although he taught French and Latin he was considered by all to be a master at the teaching of English. He taught English privately and at classes which he organised on behalf of the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union at no personal gain.

He successfully completed the Bachelor of Arts externally with University of London. He gained the LLB with that University and later graduated from Lincoln’s Inn as a lawyer and solicitor.

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