Melissa Williams-Sambrano is a journalist based in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Tobago. She has worked as a journalist, news producer, executive producer (news), content producer and production coordinator, editor of a health magazine published in one of the country's leading daily newspaper and has served as a freelance business reporter. Melissa has attended CNN Journalism Fellowship, City University in London's investigative journalism training course and is very adaptable, flexible and willing to try her hand at different types of news and current affairs topics. Her full-time journalism career began in radio and quickly moved to television news and programming and later print.
An article which was written for Knitting International UK about knitwear manufacture and production in Haiti, The Dominican Republic and Trinidad and Tobago
A story about the decision by the UK to have its Overseas Territories establish public beneficial ownership registers.
A story about the plight of Venezuelan migrants in Trinidad and Tobago and the struggle to find a home.
This website contains copies of articles/cuttings I have written as well as the covers from the weekly magazine where I served as the Editor.
This report was on a suspected arson attack in South Trinidad which left two young children severely burnt. One eventually died (not contained in the report). Back then it was the latest development on the crime front, which also affected children.