THE MAGAZINE FOR THE 

PEOPLE & FRIENDS

OF THE CARIBBEAN®

MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of Caribbean Heritage Magazine (CHM) to provide unique and in-depth editorial information on all subject matters concerning the Caribbean with the goal of building a more effective cultural bridge between the Caribbean, its expatriated people and those who share its culture, through informing, educating and entertaining the people and friends of the Caribbean.

CHM will be launching in 2019 but until then we still will be featuring important news and information about the Caribbean.

MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of Caribbean Heritage Magazine (CHM) to provide unique and in-depth editorial information on all subject matters concerning the Caribbean with the goal of building a more effective cultural bridge between the Caribbean, its expatriated people and those who share its culture, through informing, educating and entertaining the people and friends of the Caribbean.

CHM WILL

celebrate the contributions made by the people and friends of the Caribbean by showcasing notables who are friends, and those of Caribbean descent.

CHM WILL

not only focus on the multi-ethnic Caribbean region, but also the international neighborhoods of the United States, Canada, South and Central Americas, United Kingdom and the ever increasing influence in Japan and China, CHM will attract a wide array of United States and International readers.

OUR TEAM

Marva Griffiths Herman

Marva Griffiths Herman

CEO & Editor-In-Chief

Marva Griffiths Herman is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Caribbean Heritage Magazine.  Born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, she is the Founder & Executive Director of the Los Angeles-based Caribbean Heritage Organization (CHO.)  CHO produces the official Los Angeles Caribbean-American Heritage Month awards gala, “Salute to Hollywood & Excellence” and the CaribbeanLens International Film & Art Festival.

Cynthia Johnson

Cynthia Johnson

President & Creative Director

With roots in Barbados, Cynthia has long been connected to the Caribbean community through Caribbean genealogy study, the creation of the Ivan and Cordelia Daniel scholarship for Bajan college students and through her position on the board of Bajans & Friends for Health & Education. Cynthia is the owner of Origins Design Firm and the President and Creative Director of the Caribbean Heritage Magazine.  

Keley Johnson

Keley Johnson

COO & Creative Editor

Keley, a first generation Bajan-American, remains rooted in her heritage through her love of Caribbean food and cooking. She is the CEO of Island Inspired brand Boshemia, birthed from the beauty secrets and home remedies of her Bajan mother and grandmother. Boshemia has been an in-kind sponsor of the  Caribbean-American Heritage Month awards gala for the past two years. Keley is the COO and Creative Editor of Caribbean Heritage Magazine.

ORIGINALLY

issued in print in 1993, at the peak of its success, CHM had just under 50,000 subscribers plus newsstand sales.

WITH THE

 industry movement from print to digital, while building the Caribbean Heritage Organization and the CaribbeanLens International Film & Art Festival, the founder searched for a team that could help bring the magazine into the new media age.

NOW

with renewed vigor and a world-class technical and design team, Caribbean Heritage Media Group is ready to share the Caribbean Heritage Magazine globally through digital and print, TV, video and collaboration with Caribbean media outlets across the world!

PROFILE FEATURES

included Garcelle Beauvais, Dawnn Lewis, Ziggy Marley, Joseph Marcell, Heavy D, Derek Walcott, Susan Taylor and Oscar de la Renta, to name a few.

WE ARE

happy and excited to announce the 2019 relaunch of Caribbean Heritage Magazine digital and CHM quarterly hard copies.

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