Shelley Vidia Worrell is an internationally recognized thought leader, cultural entrepreneur, and expert in Caribbean/LatinX diaspora communities who’s been featured in the New York Times
, JamesBeard.org, Apartment Therapy, Caribbean Life
, and many other publications.
Her visionary leadership spearheading the designation and development of the Little Caribbean neighborhood in New York City, a first-of-its-kind model for cultural perseveration, has been recognized by the NYC City Council, US Congress, and the Caribbean Tourism Organization. Worrell began her career in media distribution & operations and has worked in strategic partnerships and business development for 20+ years, including at Google, Vox, Time Warner, A+E, and the US Department of Commerce.
As the founder of Caribbeing
, Worrell Media Group (WMG) is sought out for their expertise in reaching audiences in the Caribbean/LatinX Diaspora. In addition to leading WMG and Caribbeing, Worrell currently serves on the boards for NYC & Company, the Prospect Park Alliance, and PBS/WNET.