Jermine Abel is one of the leading journalists in St. Kitts and Nevis, who has over the years became a household name within the multimedia landscape of the twin-island Federation. The Guyanese-born journalist is one of those reporters who can be termed a generalist covering crime, sports, business, politics, international and regional current affairs. Mr. Abel started his career in journalism back in 2009 at Guyana News Agency in the South American country as a soft beat story and sports reporter. He continued his stint in the field of broadcast media when he joined Prime News Guyana in 2011 as a reporter, where he harnessed his skills in the field of general writing and video editing. In expanding his horizon to cover the Caribbean and the field of multimedia, Mr. Abel accepted an offer to join St. Kitts and Nevis leading news agency, SKNVibes. com as the lead business and sports writer. Mr. Abel worked as a contributing writer for Myvue News before contributing for the St. Kitts-Nevis Observer Newspaper. He later worked as a broadcast journalist, news editor, producer, host of the daily featured talk show ‘Voices’ and the weekend 'Inside the News Programme’at WINN FM 98.9 in St. Kitts. Abel, who primarily focuses on the police blotter in his writing for SKNVibes News, is currently the Senior Journalist at the Media entity. Mr. Abel has his sights set on becoming a media mogul, owning and managing his own media enterprise within the region - bridging the gap among all the islands. However, before that goal is achieved, he is currently in his final year to achieve his Master in Business Administration with a focus on Global Management.