Traditional Healers and Researchers

Ivelyn Harris – Traditional Jamaican Maroon Healer, Direct Descendant of Queen Nanny of the Maroons.

Lloyd Harris – Traditional Jamaican Maroon Healer

Lloyd Henry – Traditional Jamaican Maroon Healer

Richard Irving – RastafarI Roots Man, Charles Town Maroon Young Farmers Association, Beekeeper Projects Coordinator

Dr. Summer Austin Ragosta – PhD, Ethnobotanist. Assistant Professor, Botany: Maine College of Art. Medicinal Plants Course Facilitator: Cornell University.

Guy Ragosta – M.S., Natural Resources and Environmental Management. Writer, Music Projects Coordinator.

Uala Maria Lenta – Natural Therapeutic Products Expert

Oppong Akwaato Ankrah – Traditional Asante Healer

Kelly Austin – Satellite communications specialist

Sheila Evans – Staff writer and AIDS education expert

Clinton Isaacs (aka Joe Isaacs, aka Drummie One) – Indigenous and Rock Steady International Music Programs Coordinator

Keith Lumsden – Charles Town Maroon Convener of the Elders, Jamaican Architect

Ivor Pennycooke, Jamaican Botanical Illustrator

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