Julius Alexander Williams. Hey, that name is way too formal, and complicated for the man we’re talking about here. ‘Jules’ will do…always. He’s not the ordinary man.

At the helm of WE FM, Jules has a most unorthodox management style. He oversees, seemingly, from the sidelines; and trusts his staff to get the job done without interference.

Jules believes “you get more out of people if they’re comfortable”. He invests in young full-time employees, allowing them to come into their own, molding their own identities, free from the influences of older models in the industry. “Don’t sound like anybody else. WEFM was not created to be an imitation.” That’s Jules talking.

The man is practical and assertive, perhaps dogmatic at times. What the workers at WEFM like most about their boss is that he is approachable. He truly listens. Mind you, Jules won’t hesitate to let you know you’re talking crap. But then again he’s wont mind if you reciprocate. Did we mention he was extraordinary?

His staff loves him. He’s funny, jovial and easy-going, yet beneath that relaxed demeanor is a shrewd businessman. Jules hates being the underdog, hence he’s ambitious and relentless in his pursuits. He’s nothing short of an electronic wizard, has always had a knack for the ‘technical’. By age ten, he had built his first radio. Jules Williams has utilized his solid electronic background to ace the rest of the field in radio.

WE FM offers the widest coverage, and does so on a single frequency, 99.9. WE FM is the child company of Williams Electronics, of which Jules is also Managing Director. Making music has also been a relaxant for Jules, and playing the keyboard to past-time after work led to the establishment of arguably the best band ever in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

From 1986 the band Touch dominated the music scene for about a decade, with Jules as Manager and Sound Engineer. Remember his quest for excellence? Jules will boast that Touch has never lost a Road March Competition. Face it; the man’s a winner!


A former Teacher and Hotel Manager joined We FM a couple months after its inception in 1997.

Miss Defreitas is a Director and the Operations Manager of We FM. Putting it mildly, she is the axis around which everything else revolves at the station. Her even temper and sobering demeanor endears her to the rest of the staff. Miss Defreitas interfaces regularly with all functionaries at the Company.


Prince came to We FM in January 2008. He is by no means new to the radio as he has a wealth of experience in broadcasting and can fit anywhere, be it news, morning programming, drive time or sports commentating.

Prince is a “people person” who believes that radio is one of the most powerful medium which touches each and everyone. His philosophy is “if I can touch and influence one person in this life, then my job on earth is done”. Prince as he is affectionately known as holds down the early morning programme from Monday to Saturdays 6 – 10 am. He is the Assistant Programme Manager. ([email protected])


Jamella Samuel is our Administrative Assistant and has been employed with We FM since 2005 and deals with the day to day running of the business. Despite being in the office, this November born has a great voice and passion for music.

Beneath this full figure lies and outspoken and vibrant young lady who admires life and all it has to offer. Mrs. Samuel studied Business and Administration for two years at the St. Vincent Technical College.  ([email protected])


Ms. Bostwick joined us in January, 2011. She was born and raised in Guyana, then moved to St. Vincent in her early teens. Naressa In her spare time enjoys reading and works in the News Department at We FM as she prepares and presents the news.

She stands firm in her beliefs such as “there is no excellency without difficulty and the temptation to quit will be greatest just before you are about to succeed”. ([email protected])


Kheron is a very talented young man who plays the pan and keyboard. He attended the St.Vincent Grammar School and then the St.Vincent and The Grenadines Community College Division of Technical and Vocational Education.

He joined the WEFM staff in 2013. He is the Production Manager/IT Personnel. He enjoys playing football in his spare time. Kheron enjoys all genres of music and he believes that there is music to fit every occasion. He hopes to become an IT Technician as he wants to pursue his studies in that field. ([email protected])


Affectionately known as “Dj Outlah”, Nigel Bynoe hails from Frenches and joined the team in October 2014. He is a fulltime lover of football and all genres of music.

In his spare time he enjoys relaxing, meditating and reading. You can catch him on Mondays through Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm. “Outlah” is a member of “Nu Koncep”, which is a DJ Crew. ([email protected])


Maranese Moses is a humble individual that hails from the lush Vermont Valley. She is a past student of the Dr. J P Eustace Memorial Secondary School and SVGCC Technical and Vocational Education.

She enjoys Country and Western music and community services.

Miss Moses joined the WEFM staff in October 2017 and lives everyday by her favorite quote ‘Little is much when God is in it’’.

The humorous individual makes the surrounding different with her voice, not only by speaking but singing as well. ([email protected])


Lindel Matthews, affectionately known as “DJ Maka” hails from Campden Park and is no stranger to Radio and has the appreciation and love for all genres of music.  He is not just cool and collective but is a big fan of sports.

Outside of work DJ Maka enjoys entertaining his fans at various functions like parties and weddings.

Catch him, Mondays to Fridays from 2 to 6 pm and on Saturdays for Reggae Blast from 7 to 10 pm.


Covering the Sunday night spot on We FM, is his first stint in radio.

The journey since 1997, he says has been amazing, listener feedback is tremendous and while “Sunday Cruise” fans describe his show as captivating and soothing, Scottie says it’s therapeutic for the host as well. ([email protected])


Kamall Archibald is more than just your typical man on radio with a sweet soothing sounding voice. He’s also a musician, music producer a lover of different genre of music and loves to interact with his audience.

He’s no stranger to radio but Joined the WEFM family in 2009 as a part time announcer. You can hear his voice Monday – Wednesday from 6pm – 10pm and Sundays from 3pm – 6pm On the Station’s popular and Favorite widely Listened program “Sunday Classic”.


Host of “Lift him Up” on Sunday mornings, Nigel Blake is a devout Christian, born into a strong religious family and is the son of Evangelist Verrol Blake.

He is a well grounded and focused young man both of a kind and gentle spirit.  He is a husband and a father of two daughters and enjoys spending time with his family. ([email protected])


Rajiv “DJ Ruffy” Roberts joined We FM in 2015.  He is a household name to many in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and around the world.  Ruffy is a cricketer who also has a love for football.

DJ Ruffy plays at every club across St. Vincent and the Grenadines and you can catch him on air on Thursdays and Fridays from 6 to 10 pm and on Saturdays from 2 pm to 6 pm.  He enjoys all genres of music.  You can follow him on Instagram @djruffy50 or email him at [email protected].