Government House on Air in April

Government House, St. Croix

As part of Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.’s commitment to open government and transparency, here is a list of upcoming radio appearances by Gov. Bryan, Lt. Gov. Tregenza Roach and the Bryan/Roach administration Cabinet members.

Governor Bryan encourages residents in the community to tune in and call in with questions, ideas and comments.

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  • Tuesday, April 21

o 8 a.m. St. Croix Administrator Sammuel Sanes and Special Assistant to Governor Bryan Elizabeth Centeno will be on “Papi Love Radio” with Papi Love Sr. on WVSE 91.9 FM

  • Thursday, April 23

o 5:30 p.m. Labor Commissioner Gary Molloy will be the guest on “Press Box.”

o Guest: Acting Chief Executive Officer of Juan F. Luis Hospital Dyma Williams

  • Thursdays

o 5:30 p.m. “The Press Box,” featuring casual interviews with Bryan/Roach administration officials and streaming live on the Government House Facebook page. Previous episodes can be found at www.facebook.com/GovernmentHouseUSVI.

Department of Health

  • Thursday, April 23

o 1 p.m. Dr. Donna Christensen will be on “Are You Ready?” with Neil Galloway on WSTX 970 AM

  • Friday, April 24

o 10 a.m. Deputy Health Commissioner Dr. Janis Valmond will be on “In Session” with Robert Moorhead on WSTX 970 AM

  • Saturday, April 25

o 1 p.m. Health Department officials will be on “Community Digest” with Abdul Ali on WSTX 970 AM

  • Thursday, April 30

o 1 p.m. Assistant Commissioner Dr. Nicole Craigwell-Syms will be on “Are You Ready?” with Neil Galloway on WSTX 970 AM

  • Mondays

o 8 a.m. “The Health Buzz” on Caribbean Country WVVI 93.5 FM

Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs

  • Thursday, April 23

o 8 a.m. DLCA Commissioner Richard Evangelista will be on “Papi Love Radio” with Papi Love Sr. on WVSE 91.9 FM

  • Wednesday, April 22

o 11 a.m. DLCA Commissioner Richard Evangelista will be on “Straight Talk” with Holland Redfield on Caribbean Country WVVI 93.5 FM

Bureau of Motor Vehicles

  • Tuesday, April 28

o 8 a.m. BMV Director Barbara Jackson McIntosh will be on “Papi Love Radio” with Papi Love Sr. on WVSE 91.9 FM

Division of Personnel

  • Friday, April 17

o 7:05 a.m. Director Dayna Clendinen, Assistant Director Florine Hassell, Chief of Group Health Insurance Valerie Daley and Strategy & Organizational Development Officer Kurell Hodge will be on “Da Morning Vybe” with Sheldon Turnbull on Da Vybe WLDV 107.9 FM

o 9 a.m. Director Dayna Clendinen, Assistant Director Florine Hassell, Chief of Group Health Insurance Valerie Daley and Strategy & Organizational Development Officer Kurell Hodge will be on “Talk VI in the Morning” with St. Claire Williams on Reef Broadcasting WDHP 1620 AM

Department of Sports, Parks and Recreation

  • Sunday, April 26

o 6 p.m. Sports, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Calvert White will be on “Cricket and Small Talk” with Ras I Jah on Caribbean Broadcasting Network ZJKC 90.9 FM

Veterans Affairs

  • Tuesdays

o 7 p.m. Veterans Affairs Director Patrick Farrell hosts a program about issues relating veterans on Da Vybe WLDV 107.9 FM

Department of Labor

  • Wednesdays

o 8 a.m. Labor Department officials discuss Labor issues on “Workforce Wednesdays” on Isle 95 WJKC 95.1 FM

V.I. Education Department

  • Saturdays

o 9 a.m. “Education: Everyone’s Responsibility” on Da Vybe

o 10 a.m. “School Talk” on Da Vybe WLDV 107.9 FM

  • Thursday, April 30

o 10 a.m. Commissioner Racquel Berry-Benjamin will be on “Papi Love” with Papi Love Sr., scheduled at 10 a.m. on WVSE 91.9 FM

Office of Disaster Recovery

  • Thursday, April 30

o 11 a.m. Director Adrienne Williams-Octalien will be on “Straight Talk” with Holland Redfield on Caribbean Country WVVI 93.5 FM

Department of Property and Procurement

  • Saturday, May 2

o 12:10 p.m. Commissioner Anthony Thomas will be on “Just Us” with Lawrence Boschulte on Caribbean Broadcasting Network ZJKC 90.9 FM

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