Meet the team

Adeline Gregoire

Founder, Director

“Do it with passion or not at all “.

If you speak to Adeline, she’ll probably find a way to slip these words into your conversation. 

She describes herself as intensely passionate about everything, admitting that sometimes in the real world, this idealism and perfectionism tend to get in the way.  

Gender issues, human rights, social equity and Education are among her key interests, in addition to Art, creativity and mindful living.
As a “do-er”, she is the Co-founder of Culturego Magazine (2013), and Co-founder of BARE: drawing sessions (2016,a collaboration with Medulla Art Gallery and Nu Artillery studios) held once a month.

Over the past 10 years, she has worked in Cultural and Event Management, International relations, gaining solid experience with NGO’s along the way.  
When she’s not at work, she’s definitely making a few lists: TO DO’s, new places to travel to on Pinterest or recipes to try with her foodie friends

Ardene Sirjoo


Ardene Sirjoo gets fired up about finding common ground to mobilize people. A natural connector, she pursues the principle of collaboration in her efforts to unite causes and audiences. Her 9 years’ plus experience in radio broadcasting allows her to draw on human and information resources that support her work both on and off-air. She has worked with a range of entities curating, coordinating and managing projects related to culture, human rights, capacity building and social outreach. Already a strong supporter of Caribbean content and innovation, Ardene‘s goal is to become an active maker. 


Blair Goopechan

Community & Global Outreach Coordinator

“women are not the supporting character, we too are the protagonists”

Ayana Harper


I come from a family of empowered women, so being a woman has been always been a source of strength for me. For this Woman’s Day and beyond, this is my wish for all women around the world. 

Kelsie Nancoo

Public Relations

Kelsie has been actively involved in Women’s and Human Rights campaigns since the age of 12. She believes that no group is a minority. All communities, societies and lives are made equal and solidarity among them is key.  Kelsie is currently a student at the Institute for Gender and Development Studies, UWI.


Branding & Marketing partner