Hi there! My name is Nasaria, but you can call me Naz.
I love to write!
As a child, I was a regular contributor to the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s Cayfest, an annual celebration which showcases the cultural diversity and artistic talent that exists in the community. I enjoyed writing poetry and even tried my hand once at play script writing.
The very first time someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up I blurted “a journalist!” Ironically, that still hasn’t come to fruition, but I like to think I’m still young and there’s plenty of time to pursue that particular career path.
What I have done with my time since I graduated with a degree in Marketing from the University College of the Cayman Islands, is to pour my love of writing into a career that has spanned the tourism, financial services and real estate development industries.
I’ve also contributed to several magazines published in the Cayman Islands and was a guest blogger for CayWriters. I also joined forces with women all over the world to pen an eBook to inspire and motivate women in developing countries. One day I hope to author my own book.
If money were not an option, I would travel across East Asia with my kids, work at an elephant sanctuary and read books while lying in hammocks.