Hi! I am Kerry-Ann career and entrepreneur strategist, the founder of Carry On Friends!
As a career and entrepreneur strategist I help people be their best, put their best ideas to use and provide the resources to assist them.
Carry On Friends is committed to equipping the Caribbean American community with the resources and content that informs, inspires, and empowers them to build meaningful careers, build strong brands and businesses that will have a positive impact on their immediate communities, the diaspora, the Caribbean region and the world.
What’s my story?
My story, like your story isn’t singular or linear. I can’t pinpoint a story because there are many stories, developing over the years, that have intertwined and led me to why I started Carry On Friends. But I know this for sure – the one constant since I was a little girl – I am passionate about helping people succeed.
I was born in Jamaica and moved to Brooklyn, NYC as a teenager. I love to read. While I still have a sizable collection of physical books, I have just as much digital books on my nook. There’s nothing like walking around with a digital library. I don’t have a favorite book because there are so many that I love. I enjoy writing especially in my journal.
I’m passionate about technology particularly women in technology. I noticed the disparity when I began my career in technology. I feel there’s still more to be done to really get students in the minority and Caribbean communities, to see where there are viable careers and a future in technology. I believe it is important for students to learn about the future of technology and the importance of their participation in shaping that future. I also believe that it is important that parents understand that technology jobs are just as viable and profitable and maybe more so than the traditional jobs.