Bay Islands VOICE Staff
|Robert A. Armstrong Acquired the Bay Islands Voice in March 2012 after 23 years as a U.S. Foreign Service Officer, including two as Economic Counselor at the Embassy in Tegucigalpa (2007-2009). During his time in Teguc he frequently visited the Bay Islands to SCUBA dive. Born and raised in the Heart of America – Kansas – he has lived and traveled throughout Latin America, Asia and Europe. He studied journalism at the University of Kansas and holds a BA in history and economics, an MSc in economics and a Masters in Public Administration.|
|Alfonso Ebanks Is a Guanaja native who spent many years in the US military. He owned a fleet of lobster fishing boats and knows the sea around the Bay Islands like the back of his hand. He divides his time between Guanaja and La Ceiba.|
|George Crimmin A native of Roatan’s West End, George is a retired Massachusetts school principal who now divides his time between Worcester, Massachusetts, and his family home in West End. He is passionate about preserving Roatan’s cultural heritage and customs.|
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Bay Islands Voice is a vehicle for informing the diverse communities of the Bay Islands of Honduras, as well as the many visitors to the islands, and a forum for exchanging ideas to improve conditions on the islands, to contribute to their sustainable development and to project a positive image of the islands to the outside world.
The Voice reports on community news, culture, business, sports, education and the spiritual life of the Bay Islands, striving always to provide accurate, timely and useful information and to encourage the free expression of ideas.
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