Rlene Steffy is a local oral historian, documentarian, ethnographer, columnist, and former talk show host on K57.
Don Muna and Kel Muna are Guam's pioneers of the film community. They have won distinguished national and international awards for their film, Shiro's Head. This year they celebrate their 10 year anniversary of the film.
Jesrae Moylan is one of the cofounders of the Let's Get Muddy movement and the social campaign, TU;MA (Talk-Up;Mental Health Awareness). Their goal is to break silence on mental health in Guam and end the negative stigma on suicide.
If you or anyone you know is seeking professional help or advice, contact the local Crisis Help Line Number at 671-647-8833 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Jimmie Yi is an entrepreneur and a Guam National Basketball Team coach.
Eric Rachmany is the lead singer/frontman for the world-renowned reggae band, Rebelution.
Professor Bryant Pangelinan is a 3x NoGi World Champion and owner of Sabre Jiu Jitsu Academy based in California.
Nia Serneo is the producer of The Mighty Island and a friend of the podcast!!
Gregory Monk is a IFBB professional bodybuilder from Guam.
Steve Oshiro is a former athlete and competitive bodybuilder who has evolved his game into a certified personal trainer for some of the top high school athletes, elite athletes, and physique/bodybuilding competitors on the island.
Cuddy Q a musician who made his way to Guam a couple of years ago and has since been calling it the place that pushed him to pursue music in his life. #happyhearts
The Real Joe Cruz is a radio DJ for Star 101.
Sonny Chargualaf is an artist who looks to spread his love of art through the educational system as a teacher and through his comic book style illustrations on social media. Follow him on Instagram @heroesandheadkicks for all of his amazing illustrations.
Jean Munson is a cartoonist from Guam and the founder of Plot Twist Publishing based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Joe Guam is a musician who has made his living over the past year as a full-time musician using innovative solutions to the problems that musicians face in Guam.
Check out his IG @joeguam and FB @joeguammusic for the latest updates on his OnLIVE show on Monday, February 26th (Guam Time). Super dope concept he's working with to connect people from around world who have roots in Guam.
Binary Sunset is a creative group that has used video production and events to help push exposure of the music community forward over the past year. There's no doubt they'll make a huge impact in the years to come.
Bo Santos is one of the original members of the Master Random crew. You can hear him on the first 15 episodes before he embarked on his new journey in the music industry managing the local reggae band, For Peace Band. Bo will always be Master Random.
Zach Banner is a professional American football player currently playing for the Cleveland Browns. Although he was born and raised in the mainland, he has held strong to his Chamorro roots by giving back in a HUGE way.
Derek Mandell and Leo Tkel are the male ambassadors of the United Guam Marathon. Derek is a former Olympian and one of Guam's top runners over the last decade. Leo, originally from Palau, moved to Guam and found the motivation to run as a personal endeavor and hasn't left the sport ever since.
Terrence Diego and Jeniece Hernandez are members of The Hurao Academy, promoting culture and use of the Chamoru language in everyday life. Don't forget to follow Terrence's IG @rencedb for his interactions with his grandmother. Priceless...
Rhea Macaluso is a physique bodybuilder and an elite runner in Guam. Manami Iijima is a professional triathlete and Guam's top female runner of 2017. Rene Logie is an event and promotions manager for Guam Sports Inc., who is involved with the Guam Marathon.
These ladies are ambassadors of the United Guam Marathon looking to promote the upcoming top marathon of the Pacific Region.
Special Thanks to Leann Abonales for connecting me with these ultimate athletes of Guam.
Blake Watson is a radio dj on Star 101