Born in Ewarton St. Catherine Jamaica, I bring an interesting mix of experience and talent to both radio and education. My radio career began with sports reporting while attending the G.C.Foster College of PE and Sports in 1990 in Jamaica.
2014: The Linkage awards for radio DJ of the year
March 2018: A proclamation at the State Capitol in March for contribution to the Caribbean community June 2018: Recognition for contribution to media in the Caribbean community by the Caribbean Association of Georgia.
I was featured in voyage Atlanta Magazine twice (May 2018 and May 2020) and landed a high profile interview on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in November 2018.
Being a wedding MC and DJ is also a great passion of mine.
I am equally passionate about being a special education teacher for over 6 years with Gwinnett County Public Schools and recently acquired a Master of Arts in Special Education with a focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). I have made communication with parents a major focus as I see it as a great way for the home and school to complement each other in tackling autism.
(P) 678-431-9390 | (E) firstname.lastname@example.org
Embark on an intriguing journey with Wayne Hall as he navigates the ups and downs of burying a loved one in Jamaica. Read as he captivates you with an intimate portrayal of the drama that unfolds as one takes care of their deceased. From barely making it to see his dad still alive through coordinating his cremation Wayne takes you on a humorous yet charismatic experience of all the details involved. Wayne transforms what could have been a really bad experience into one of teaching and learning. “I’m Dead, Now What?” is a very unique combination of storytelling and advice. You will feel like you were there with him. A must read!