Mark Ramotar, alias Mark, has joined Consult PR as its Editor for the newly created Content Department. He is an award-winning journalist and former newspaper editor with two decades experience in the Media profession. At age 20, Mark started his journalism career and within a few years had rapidly worked his way up through the ranks at Guyana's oldest print-media company to become the youngest Editor-in-Chief of the state-owned Chronicle newspaper. He was also Editor of the popular online news outfit INews Guyana, and Associate Editor of the Guyana Times newspaper. Mark studied journalism in India where he won several awards, including for Best Graduating Student. He also has a Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Australia.
On a personal note, Mark is happily married to his wife Moshamie and they have three lovely daughters - Rhea, Simran and Jhanvi. Mark is an avid cricket fan and likes to play a variety of board games, especially chess. One of his favourite quotes is from Steve Jobs: "Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition."
Ramona Luthi is a young career driven woman with a passion for writing and all things technological. Ramona joined Consult PR as a Content Specialist in July 2018 and was quickly promoted to the Content Coordinator due to her valuable professional experience. She presently holds a diploma certificate in Computer Networking and Repairs and is pursuing studies in the fields of Project Management and Business Management.
After being involved in the Education sector as a Teacher for a year, Ramona joined the field of Communications as a junior journalist and was promoted to a senior reporter months later. She has significant experience in writing for print and online news entities and for the close to five years that she was a part the media industry, Ramona has attained considerable knowledge on broadcast journalism. For a period within those five years, Ramona regularly anchored the Television News. More recently, in 2018, Ramona participated in a certified Digital Marketing Workshop hosted by the Pan American Health Organization. She was able to retain knowledge related to compiling online articles, enhancing these articles with the help of multimedia elements, promoting articles on social media, among other topics.
Professional life aside, this cheery woman is an ambivert who enjoys spending time with her infant son, and her husband in addition to interacting with her small group of friends. On rare days when Ramona is alone, she often indulges in binge reading books by authors Michael A Singer and J.K Rowling. Her other hobbies include crafting, photography, watching tutorials on Photoshop, and dancing. Ramona is usually outspoken and is known for her positive outlook on life. She shares similar sentiments to Rosa Parks’ quote: “I would like to be known as a person who is concerned about freedom and equality and justice and prosperity for all people.” Consult PR considers Ramona a valuable asset and is happy to have her on board!
Meet Madison Munro, the petite young lady with big dreams and a whole lot of creativity. Madison attended The Bishops’ High School and recently completed her qualifications in Marketing Management with the Association Of Business Executives (ABE). Her future goals include graduating with a MBA from Edinburgh Business School (Hariot -Watt University) and visiting Disney Land (balance is important).
Her love for writing and reading go hand in hand and stems from her childhood love of Harry Potter. Writing is a personal form of expression and she describes her writing style as conversational and relatable since she believes in order to be impactful, you first have to be understood. She brings the same concept to her assignments here at Consult PR.
This Potter Head enjoys all things Disney related, a good book and a hot cup of tea. She lives with the ideology that things might seem impossible, until it’s done.
Delice is a quick thinking and witty young lady with a shy side. Her passions lie mostly in reading and writing. She earned her Diploma in Public Communication at the University of Guyana in 2016.
Born in the small town of Vryheid's Lust on the East Coast of Demerara, she attended Marian Academy and then moved on to St. Stanislaus Secondary School. She graduated at the top of her class, earning multiple awards for her academic prowess at the secondary level.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading and going to the gym. She considers the gym to be her second home and is passionate about Health and Fitness. Her favorite quote is "Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift, that's why it's called the Present"
As faith would have it, Destinee (pronounced Destiny) joined the Consult PR team in October 2018. Raised in Georgetown, she attended Central High School where she graduated from the Liberal Arts stream. This is where her innate ability to construct remarkable bodies of literature was first acknowledged and her skills have been nurtured throughout the years.
She hopes her work compels people to slow down and appreciate how beautiful language is. Though her preferred writing style is casual with flairs of exciting metaphors and idioms, she can easily transition to various tones in order to deliver content that suits any audience. With hopes of learning new things each day and expanding her own ideas about what it means to live a fully creative and meaningful life, Destinee has brought dedication and commendable work ethics to our team.
In her spare time, you can find her OM’ing it out on the yoga mat, reading various blogs for inspiration, teaching herself spanish or jamming out to musicians ranging from classical pieces by famous pianists to Popcaan. Not quite used to sharing her writing with the world, Destinee’s mantra is the quote by Meghan Duam “Write with the liberation of complete privacy”