Warm, versatile and charismatic are just a few words to describe this young lady from south Trinidad. Hailing from Point Fortin, Shawndel developed a keen interest in music and entertainment in general from a very young age. She comes from a musical family, being the niece of popular soca artistes Neil ‘Iwer’ George, Naya George and Devon George. Shawndel entered the media industry as a News Reporter at her family-owned radio station soon after leaving Secondary School. She soon realized that she had a hunger for more than just reporting news and in 2006, enrolled at Announcers Broadcast Academy and obtained a certificate in Radio Broadcasting. In 2007, having moved to another Radio Station she was asked to fill in as Announcer doing the 9am-12pm mid-morning show from Monday to Thursday. Her dream was finally being realized. This continued for 2 years before this radio station closed its doors. In 2009, Shawndel moved back to her family-owned Radio Station where she continued as a Radio Announcer doing the 12pm-3pm show as well as being this station’s Head of News. In March 2012, new and exciting doors opened once again. Shawndel began a new stint at T&T’s leading urban revolution Ebony 104.1fm. She currently works Fridays 6pm-9pm and Saturdays 12pm-4pm. Shawndel is also a self-taught Disc Jockey; she is a Karaoke host and has her eyes set on studying Photography and Music Technology/Sound Engineering. Meet Shawndel George, whose personal motto is – Always strive to live better than the day before.