Trudy Nixon cooks a mean pot of curry. This however is not the extend of her talents. Trudy was raised on a farm in a little town in the English countryside. By the time she had graduated high school, Trudy had developed a love for the arts and especially for language and writing.

Her University years gave her the opportunity to explore several facets of the arts both inside and outside of the classroom. While she sharpened her writing skills during the day, she explored the sights and sounds of the city at night. It was during this time that Trudy discovered her absolute passion for live music. But she’ll tell you more about that in our conversation.

After some years working in England and exploring Europe, Trudy decided to take a trip to the Caribbean to visit friends. Her travels in the archipelago took her to St. Martin. While there, she discovered Anguilla. She decided to visit. She was smitten. There was something special about Anguilla and she fell in love with the island. Trudy went back to the UK with Anguilla on her mind. She made her way back to the island sometime later and has called Anguilla home ever since.

The little girl that grew up in the countryside in Britain, has become a staple and a very important fixture in her island’s community. Trudy plays an essential role in the promotion of the island’s tourism product through among other things her magazine True Anguilla and her PR company True Communications. And by the way, Trudy loves dancing and soca music. You can offer to dance with her, but be warned, she has become a true island girl and you may not be able to keep up. She is a writer, publisher, PR consultant, chef, soca lover, dancer and so much more.

This is the story… thus far… of Trudy Nixon