Michelle Cox

Michelle Cox is a Wired868 freelancer who was born and bred in South Trinidad and lives in the village of La Brea. Cox holds an Associate degree in PR and Journalism and is currently pursuing her BA in Mass Communication at COSTAATT. She has been employed in the energy sector for over 15 years and is the proud mother of daughters Denielle, 10, and Amelia, 6. Her mantra is: ‘the learning never stops until you do and then… you still never know.’

One-on-one with Weslie John

The paternal nephew of Trinidad and Tobago 2006 World Cup defender and Chaconia Medal holder Avery John, 23-year-old Point Fortin Civic defender Weslie John has football running in his veins. John, like his uncles Quentin and Quincy, were stand-outs at Vessigny Secondary school and he was only half-joking when he …

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One-on-one with Neil Benjamin Jr

Nineteen-year-old Neil Benjamin Jr, a former Trinidad and Tobago national under-20 player, is arguably on the fast track to local football success. He made his first senior appearance for DIRECTV W Connection at 17 and, two years later, his CV includes the MVP prize in the TTFA FA Trophy competition, …

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