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Serg Media is a content creation company registered in Jamaica. Its offices are located in Kingston and Christiana in Manchester.
The company, founded in 2020, focuses on content that is positive across all industries and distributes these digitally via podcasts, newsletters and social media platforms.
In other words, the aim is to identify, recognise and support people, organizations and companies that are changing lives, strengthening communities, spearheading important projects and supporting development across the nation and in the diaspora.
Serg Media suite of services include:
There is a growing body of evidence to prove focus on positives and investment in areas such as healthcare, education, the economy, safety, and the environment achieve higher valuations and higher margins.
Stakeholders including employees and customers are increasingly urging organizations and companies to become more active in social enterprise as a strong track-record in positive contributions to society can: energize workers; attract and retain talent; and inspire loyalty, nationally and globally.
Serge Media therefore, through the Impacting Jamaica brand, tracks down the abundance of positives taking place across Jamaica and the diaspora at every level, across every sector – to inspire, motivate and excite people everywhere.
Serg Media's Management Team
Miss Shernett Robinson
Chief Executive Officer
Attorney-at-law, teacher, and journalist.
Mr. Garfield Grandison
CD, BA, MSc
Chief Operating Officer
Journalist, former General Manager and former Editor-in-Chief of the Gleaner Company (Media) Ltd.
Miss Danik Frazer
Advisory Board Chairman
Gender advocate and writer.
Miss Barbara Ellington
Journalist, educator, life coach and healthcare executive.
There is an abundance of positives taking place across Jamaica and the diaspora. Impacting Jamaica is an initiative to provide exposure to positive happenings, acts of kindness, activities and investments positively benefiting communities at every level, across every sector – to inspire, motivate and excite people everywhere.
A product of Serg Media, Impacting Jamaica seeks to shift the focus towards identifying and recognising Jamaicans, organizations and businesses helping to uplift others and assisting to address major societal challenges across the nation and the diaspora.
“There is nothing wrong with Jamaica that cannot be fixed with what is right about Jamaica,” is a maxim often used by Jamaica’s Governor General Sir Patrick Allen; and one which rings true when we hear stories about the acts of kindness being done by Jamaicans, organizations and companies across the nation and abroad.
The problem: dozens of these positively impactful initiatives are often not shared with others. Impacting Jamaica will change this, highlighting positives in ever sector and in every age cohort.
We are here to inspire, motivate and uplift.
Let us hear from you. Email us: email@example.com
Shernett Robinson, Attorney-at-Law
CEO Serg Media
Meet Our Hosts
Shelly-Ann is a warm, friendly and engaging host. She is also an award-winning playwright, poet, columnist and author as well as a trained and experienced media, marketing, change management and strategic communications professional in the corporate world. For well over 20 years, she has been able to masterfully use the arts to increase the effectiveness of communications strategies for behaviour change in several global and governmental organizations. Follow her on twitter @HarrisShellyAnn
Keisha Hill is a dynamic media and communications consultant with a reputation for innovation and a solid track record of success. Ms Hill is a senior media practitioner and journalist. She is a member of the Press Association of Jamaica and is an International Development Research Centre/IDRC Panos Caribbean Fellow for Jamaica.
Neil Armstrong is a journalist who has worked in radio, newspaper and television. A former reporter at Radio Jamaica Limited, he was the news director and programme director at CHRY Radio at York University and Editor at the Jamaican Weekly Gleaner (North America) and the annual Black Pages directory.
Danik Frazer is a UWI graduate with a BA Honours in French and Linguistics. She lived as an ex-pat in France before returning to Jamaica to work as a Freelance Lifestyle Writer at The Gleaner Company (Media) Limited. Following her stint with The Gleaner, she worked as the Programme and Advocacy Officer for the NGO Eve for Life and currently works as a freelancer while completing her Masters in Gender, Sex and Global Politics from The University of London School of Oriental and African Studies.
From hard news to lifestyle reporting, Sophia Findlay has covered most industries and communities from all walks of life and cross sections of society. She is an experienced journalist and advertising executive, who specializes in radio, print and online platforms and takes pride in building, sustaining and growing client relationships. Curating content through writing/storytelling, styling, photography, and sales, are her passion.
John R. Myers Jr.
John R. Myers Jr. is a well-rounded media professional having over 15 years experience as a journalist, with most of those years spent at The Gleaner Company (Media) Limited where he began his career as a rural correspondent before becoming a staff reporter covering mainstream news and international assignments. He was also a senior business reporter and copy editor for the North American edition of The Gleaner, UK Gleaner and The Voice (UK) newspaper.
Sinai Fleary gained her NCTJ multimedia Diploma at the UK’s #1 journalism school in 2016. Her work has been published in The Independent, The Huffington Post, The Voice Newspaper, The Weekly Gleaner, Pride Magazine, Gal-Dem and South West Londoner. Sinai is the Founder and Editor of Jus’ Jah Magazine, which the UK’s first lifestyle magazine dedicated to Reggae music and Rastafarian culture. She’s currently an Online News Journalist at The Voice Newspaper and a broadcast journalist at Colourful R
Aubrey Campbell is a media and marketing consultant, having worked in the media across several platforms in Jamaica at JBC Radio West and the Gleaner-Western Bureau (1980-91) and in the USA since 1991. He joined the staff at the Gleaner/USA in 1995. He currently works as a writer and account executive with the Gleaner Company North America.
With more than 30 years experience as a media professional, Luke Douglas has worked as a senior reporter for both of Jamaica’s daily newspapers, and in production for radio, television and his Youtube channel JA Life Media. He is also a licensed real estate salesman and has worked public relations in several government entities, giving him particular insights into business and government Jamaica.