After being away for nearly two decades, in early 2019 Toni Frederick-Armstrong returned to her first love, teaching. She has merged her passion for historical and environmental conservation with her love for enlightening and empowered young people. Most recently, she served for two years as the Director of Visitor Experience and Museum Director at the St. Christopher National Trust. While there, she worked with a number of organizations and government agencies on joint environmental projects like “Plastic Free SKN.” Though she has now been out of the media industry a handful of years, Toni is still best known regionally for her work in radio, having been the morning show anchor and journalist at WINN FM for nearly 15 years. During her time there, she won the Excellence in Caribbean Agriculture Journalism Award and was a presenter at the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day Summit in Curacao and on International Women’s Day in 2014 she won an award for her contribution to media in St. Kitts and Nevis.
Toni has served as an Executive Member of the Media Association of St. Kitts and Nevis and on the Board of the Alliance Française. She also serves on the Council of Management of the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park Society. She was born in St. Kitts, raised in Montserrat and completed her education in Canada.