Can Neil Phillips, an education professional from South Florida with no entertainment background, save the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the Golden Globes? This Jamaican American Hollywood outsider believes he can, and we have no reason to doubt him. Hear in his own words.
It is the mission of the 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, it’s expatriated people and those who share its culture, through the INFORMING, EDUCATING and ENTERTAINING the people and friends of the Caribbean. Originally issued in print 1993, at the peak of it’s success, CHM had just under 50,000 subscribers plus newsstand sales. With the industry movement from print to digital and while building the Caribbean Heritage Organization and the CaribbeanLens International Film Festival, our founder, Marva Griffiths Herman, searched for a new 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 Magazine is back to share CHM globally through digital and print, TV, video, and collaboration with Caribbean media outlets across the world