Behind the Seams: Doreen "Mama B" Billings of Sun City Radio

Today we have a special series of "Behind the Seams" as we will be interviewing the honorees of Queens of Reggae island Honorary Ceremonies  QORIHC ) 2016 which will be held this Sunday at Courtleigh Auditorium at 7.P.M. QORIHC  is an Award Show that under the distinguished patronage of the mayor of Kingston - Dr Angella Brown Burke, will honor eight females in the Arts and Entertainment fraternity of Jamaican culture receive well deserved recognition for their years of service and dedication. Today , Haute People goes "Behind the Seams" with a the Power House and Founder of Sun City Radio Ms Doreen Billings affectionately called Mama B.

H.P: Sun City Radio has grown exponentially ... how did you make that happen?
D.B: How does one explain a downpour, it starts out as light rain and then changes to heavy rainfall. Who has the power to do that? my conclusion can only be God. I would not dare to say I am responsible but bow to the power of the Almighty and give him the glory.

H.P: Are there any criticisms being in a Male dominated Industry?
D.B: Before I became a mother I would say that I was intimidated by the male species but after the Labour experience of giving birth No! being in a Male dominated industry is a walk in the park I fear no male because “I am woman hear me roar!” The only criticism I have is that we the female allow the male to have too much say.

H.P: What does " Woman Empowerment" mean to you?
D.B: The Lord instructed the female to be the male’s “help meet”. Those words give me immediate empowerment. Just as how the root influences the growth, blossoming and fruit of the tree so do women influence the members of her family. That is what “Woman Empowerment” means to me. I have the ability to influence our homes, communities and our nation

H.P: What can we expect from Sun City Radio in the coming Months?
D.B: Sun City Radio has aligned itself in promoting The National Development Plan “Vision 2030, place of choice to live, to work, raise families and do business. We believe that we can save a life by living right and our goal is to instill into our listener the importance of adhering to the #Save a life JA #Live right.

H.P: How does it feel being an Honoree at QORIHC 2016?
D.B: The population of Jamaica is about 2.7 million and to think that I was selected from so many to be honored makes me feel so humbled. This has changed my attitude, my behaviour, how I conduct myself, dress code, holding my head high, I now see myself as someone of worth, its an overwhelming feeling because some one saw value in me. This is truly a blessing from the Master himself. Thank You!


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