15 min

"Becoming" Tamara Lowe Black Island Girl

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Black Island Girl
    ~ small island…… B.I.G.
www.patreon.com/jaeljoseph 
Season 1 Episode 01  “BECOMING” Tamara Lowe
15:44:37


Tamara Lowe was born and raised in the Commonwealth of Dominica. Tamara is currently the country manager of Tropical Shipping, Dominica and has been at the helm since 2013 with shipping and transportation industry experience which spans over a decade. Tamara holds a bachelor’s degree in economics, a post-graduate diploma in Management and is presently completing a master’s degree in strategic management. She also speaks fluent Spanish, which has proven to be an invaluable asset within the Caribbean and Latin American space. 


Tamara was instrumental in the establishment of Women In Maritime Association Caribbean (WIMAC) Dominica Chapter and was elected the first President of the Chapter in 2019. Tamara is passionate about growing the membership of WIMAC and helping to build strong relationships among women in the maritime industry throughout the Caribbean.


As a member of the Rotary Club of Dominica, Tamara believes in community outreach and the empowerment of young people and is actively involved in mentorship and leadership initiatives. Tamara is also a poet and uses this platform to further empower young women and youth in general.




Contact for Tamara Lowe:
Email: tamaralowe01@gmail.com 
Poetry: YouTube 
Instagram


Special thanks to Tamara’s Friends
Sharon Francis 
Tahira Musgrave-Robinson 
Asha Martin


Sponsored by: National Co-operative Credit Union Dominica


Original Music Intro & Outro
Tropikal Muzic 
Instagram 
Excerpts from "Keep Calm Podcast" for free non-copyright music available https://www.podcast.co/music  


Black Island Girl Multimedia is an online magazine that profiles prolific women and female ran organizations who are of the Caribbean islands and identify as women of African heritage. The show will be available as a podcast and a profile available on www.blackislandgirl.com 
Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/jaeljoseph)

Black Island Girl
    ~ small island…… B.I.G.
www.patreon.com/jaeljoseph 
Season 1 Episode 01  “BECOMING” Tamara Lowe
15:44:37


Tamara Lowe was born and raised in the Commonwealth of Dominica. Tamara is currently the country manager of Tropical Shipping, Dominica and has been at the helm since 2013 with shipping and transportation industry experience which spans over a decade. Tamara holds a bachelor’s degree in economics, a post-graduate diploma in Management and is presently completing a master’s degree in strategic management. She also speaks fluent Spanish, which has proven to be an invaluable asset within the Caribbean and Latin American space. 


Tamara was instrumental in the establishment of Women In Maritime Association Caribbean (WIMAC) Dominica Chapter and was elected the first President of the Chapter in 2019. Tamara is passionate about growing the membership of WIMAC and helping to build strong relationships among women in the maritime industry throughout the Caribbean.


As a member of the Rotary Club of Dominica, Tamara believes in community outreach and the empowerment of young people and is actively involved in mentorship and leadership initiatives. Tamara is also a poet and uses this platform to further empower young women and youth in general.




Contact for Tamara Lowe:
Email: tamaralowe01@gmail.com 
Poetry: YouTube 
Instagram


Special thanks to Tamara’s Friends
Sharon Francis 
Tahira Musgrave-Robinson 
Asha Martin


Sponsored by: National Co-operative Credit Union Dominica


Original Music Intro & Outro
Tropikal Muzic 
Instagram 
Excerpts from "Keep Calm Podcast" for free non-copyright music available https://www.podcast.co/music  


Black Island Girl Multimedia is an online magazine that profiles prolific women and female ran organizations who are of the Caribbean islands and identify as women of African heritage. The show will be available as a podcast and a profile available on www.blackislandgirl.com 
Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/jaeljoseph)

15 min