Dedicated. Responsive. Resourceful.
Bevan is an award-winning journalist and seasoned public relations professional. He has worked as the North American correspondent of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union and contributed for media houses such as the Caribbean Media Corporation, the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, and Saint Lucia’s Radio 100.
He is well known in the New York tri-state area, having hosted several radio programs, including the weekly five-hour, radio show, “The Caribbean in Five” on 1190 AM WLIB in New York; and he is a weekly columnist with New York’s renowned Amsterdam News.
Bevan has worked as a sports reporter with the Barbados Nation and Barbados Advocate newspapers, and has contributed to the Trinidad Guardian, BBC World Service, New York Daily News, 1600 AM WWRL radio and WNBC-TV in New York. As former North American editor of the Barbados Advocate, Bevan spent considerable time covering the United Nations, the tourism industry and events and activities in North America’s Caribbean Diaspora.
Since 2001, he has produced the popular Caribbean Media Exchange on Sustainable Tourism (CMEx), designed to improve the quality of media coverage of sustainable tourism in the Caribbean.
A former national tennis player of Barbados, Bevan is a member of New York’s Christian Cultural Center, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, National Association of Black Journalists and United Nations Correspondents Association. He is an alumnus of Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific in British Columbia, Canada – a member of the United World Colleges’ (UWC) network, and sits on the Leadership Council in the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management at the George Washington University’s School of Business.