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I've been working with Rochelle for over ten years. Initially, I managed at a Trinidadian publication where she was a writer. Since then, I've worked with her on several projects and seen her writing style change to match the diverse needs of my clients. Over the years, I have never hesitated in selecting her for a project, she is very dependable and has a very disciplined work ethic. 

Candice Lee Chow

CLC Designs

Managing Director

…As a new festival, we required the services of someone who would quickly understand our needs and who would be able to assist in the development of our brand in a very short space of time. As an intelligent, energetic and very skilled writer, Rochelle was able to deliver her services in a prompt and professional manner. Passion, a commitment to excellence and carefully honed talents are just a few of the things that make Rochelle successful at what she does.

Elize Rostant

Director, Trinidad and Tobago Bridge Initiative

Festival Coordinator, NEW FIRE Festival

Rochelle was our on the ground  correspondent  for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 as part of a cultural delegation from Trinidad and Tobago. Her online updates while there really made the reader feel as though they were  experiencing  the festival first hand. Witty, fun and delightfully filled with local parlance, her writing is distinctly Caribbean but with an international appeal.

Nadya Shah

Culture Support Specialist

Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts

Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Amidst the stepkid stories shared in
Hey, Who's In My House? Stepkids Speak Out, Rochelle Amour's strong voice shines through, shedding light on the often harsh realities of blended family life. In her essay titled "On Displacement, Vocabulary and Coming Full Circle," her descriptive language and uncanny ability to bring her childhood emotions to life truly move the reader. Eloquent and honest, she weaves the pieces of her life together to tell a candid and important story about growing up between two families​

Erin Mantz

Editor and Writer,

Hey, Who's In My House? Stepkids Speak Out

(Motivational Press, California, 2015)

Rochelle writes from her own personal experiences to provide an accessible, and engaging introduction to complex issues. Her cross-cultural comparative pieces also highlight best practice around the world, and contribute towards on-going discussions on how best different societies can respond to the challenges posed by rapid population ageing

Dave Eaton

Policy and Public Affairs Officer,

International Longevity Centre-UK