About Us

Beverly Sukie-MartinBeverly Martin got her start in public speaking when she became an Independent Sales Consultant and then Independent Sales Director.  During that time, Beverly managed sales consultants, held weekly meetings where she taught skin care classes and recruited consultants.

Beverly’s life started when she was born prematurely at 28 weeks in rural Jamaica with no hospital and no obstetrician.  She was a fighter then as she had no complications. This fighting spirit has remained with Beverly over the years, and she goes full force in all her endeavors.

At a very young age, Beverly moved to England. She graduated from Woodway Park High School in 1976 before heading back to Jamaica where she attended Fitz-Henley’s Secretarial College.  She graduated top of her class, and was chosen before graduation by The Jamaican Institute of Management to work for them as a Junior Secretary.  Beverly currently works with an auto finance company.

A multi-talented person, she writes poetry; inspirational writings; sings; and enjoys helping in her community and in particular the abused and disenfranchised. The skills that Beverly honed over her lifetime will be invaluable to her as the host of the Talk It Up Radio Show on WOKB 1680 AM in Orlando, Florida.


Noel MartinNoel Martin’s first job was a computer technician in Kingston, Jamaica in 1973. His natural skills and ability to work with people enabled him to be a senior supervisor for all the company’s technicians in the entire island in a very short time.

Noel migrated to the United States in 1983 and landed a job as a computer technician in Orlando, Florida.  During that time, he also promoted shows and concerts using artists such as AJ Brown, now lead singer for The Third World Band.  His life career included a licensed real estate agent, a truck driver and automotive repairs and sales.

As a young adult, he watched his mom worked numerous low paying jobs to send him and his siblings to school.  His mom was very resourceful and very active in the community to get children into schools and provided food and shelter for the poor.  This has engrained itself in Noel’s way of life and never-ending desire to help the needy.

Noel is extremely multi-talented.  He taught himself web site design and has designed web sites for various organizations in the Orlando and South Florida areas and overseas. Noel now brings his life experiences to a new talk show called, Talk It Up Radio Show on WOKB 1680.