Staff Writers

Dr. Ardain Isma is the chief editor of CSMS Magazine and executive director of the Center for Strategic and Multicultural Studies. He also teaches Introduction to Research Methods at Embry-Riddle University. Residing in Saint Augustine, Florida, he is not only a novelist but also the author of numerous essays delving into multiculturalism and Caribbean politics.

Andrew Robbins, a former Department of Defense employee and author of “It Took My Breath Away: One Man’s Experience May Save Your Life,” resides in Indianapolis, Indiana. His literary focus revolves around environmental issues.

Gary Joseph, a dedicated advocate for social justice and community activist, is deeply involved in covering education and cultural issues. His home and workplace are both situated in Hollywood, Florida.

Gyna Jean-Pierre is a creative writing instructor, specializing in crafting essays on women in the Caribbean. Additionally, she excels in copy-editing and ghostwriting, calling Ponte Vedra, Florida, her home.

Chantale Jimenez, based in suburban Atlanta, is a multicultural issues correspondent well-versed in various cultural matters. Her body of work includes numerous essays on multicultural issues.

Christine Jean-Pierre, holding a master’s degree in fine arts, specializes in book reviews and editing work. Apart from her literary pursuits, she also covers Caribbean music and resides in Saint John’s County, Florida.

Contributing editors

Jacob Davis

Judy Spencer

Maryse Isma, Social Services.

Ricardo Montanez, Art and Entertainment.

Foreign Correspondents

Marie-Jeannine Myrthil: Paris, France.

Sylvy Cooper: Abaco, Bahamas.

Paul Francois: Ile Maurice

Blondine Jean Philippe: Port-au-Prince, Haiti